The narrator only had one voice. this was more akin to being read a story than listening to a performance
I love the books I think David Weber is a great writer. Charles Keating will put you to sleep. Hes 1 tone of reading is almost too hard to stay awake.
Maybe, but, not many people I know have the patience to get through one book, much less the series.
I have found it difficult to keep track of the many characters--
I love the premise of the story. Moving from an agrarian society to space takes a long time, but, advancement is so slow It feels like real time. Any slower and it should be titled, Life and Times of a Glacier!
A great story, but a brutal listening experience thanks to Mr. Keating. I quite enjoy this series and found the printed book quite entertaining. After the pleasing style of the first 4 books, the style and monotone voice of Mr. Keating became quite annoying as the book wore on. Who made this decision?
If you haven't read the first books, you need to stop reading this and get to book 1!
Once again there is a new narrator. The one thing I don't like about him is that he mispronounces Merlin's last name. And HE correctly pronounces valet! Now that I have that out of my system...
Even though Merlin has been the main "mover and shaker" in the story so far, he begins to take on a different role as more people are taken into the inner circle. Karlis' (the name of Cayleb's home)--I can't remember... innovations are growing by leaps and bounds. And Jaspar grows more crazy and escalates the Jihad.
Although I am enjoying this story immensely, I do think it could do think it could with a hair cut!That being said, though, I am enjoying this book the best of what I've read so far. : )