I really enjoyed this one as well, I think it’s even better than the first, and I can’t wait for the third! Just as good as the first, if not better. Five stars!
After listening to the first Kane book I thought it had promise and could rise up to the Percy Jackson series. This second installment is somewhat of a disappointment. The kids sounded petulant and casual about their challenges. The ending was mildly exciting but it leaves the users hanging. The duration is short as well. I think they cut this book way short.
The first book had promise and was interesting. Not much clever or interesting things happen, and the female narrator has a voice so shrill and unpleasant, I had to practically mute the recording to deal with it.
Boring, and uninteresting, whining teens. Rick Riordan really missed the boat with this, I will never listen to a reading by Katherine Kellgren, again, I think
Have better narrators, and do something besides have the female complain.
Kevin R. Free is OK. Katherine Kellgren is dreadful.
Most of them.
Will not read this series or listen to another book in it.
He has two differing streams of Hero's in two differing series. OK, I did not even think that waking RA would be the next move. What a great twist in the plot. Immortal parents, too cool. What will he think of next??? A gifted writer.
I found the book to be entertaining and would definitely recommend. I thought the female narrator was good, a bit over dramatic in some places but it adds to the tone of the book. The male narrator was just okay. His accents were pretty bad. Overall, a good story.
I loved the story line and enjoyed listening to Kevin Free read Carters part but listening to Katherine Kellgren read the party of Sadie was terrible. She was much to dramatic in the telling of her narrative, that it was really uncomfortable listening to her at times. I noticed this in the first book as well. Hopefully they will choose a different female narrator next time