Book 2 in the Grimnoir Chronicles is action packed and a thrilling ride. Follow Jake, Faye and the gang as they try to defend themselves against a government bent on framing them for crimes they didn't commit.
This has been the best audio production book series I have listened to. The voice acting was superb!! The audio was well edited (no annoying discontinuities or pronunciation blips). I think this is what it would have been like to listen to the old radio shows of the 50/60s. Great story and great vocals kept me hooked through the whole series
MAYBE, I DO NOT TEND TO LISTEN TO BOOKS TWICE BUT IF I WAS LOOKING FOR SOMETHING GOOD TO LISTEN TO THEN YES I WOULD LISTEN TO IT.
JAKE SULLIVAN, I LIKE THAT HE IS NOT THE TYPICAL BIG DUMB GUY HE IS SMART AND KNOWS WHAT HE IS TALKING ABOUT.
YES THE FIRST GRIMNOIR BOOK, IT IS THE SAME.
NO EXTREME REACTION JUST I LIKE THE RUDE COMMENTS THAT SOME OF THE CHARACTERS MAKE, THEY MAKE ME LAUGH OUT LOUND SOMETIMES AND MY WIFE LOOKS AT ME LIKE I AM CRAZY.
I like a book that mixes horror and comedy - it's an awkward blend of suspense and release.
The first Grimnoir book won me over. The world building continues, the characters continue to grow, and Bronson's narration, wow, I can't say enough about how well he brings the story to life.
The descriptions were fantastic, the battles and fight scenes were very clearly detailed, the whole thing just blew my mind.
After the first book, I was hesitant to try the second one. How could he keep the quality of suspense and plot going in a sequel? I was mistaken, and so glad I checked out this one. I suppose it's time to check out the third one.
Wow. The first book was alright. Entertaining and all but just alright. This one was fantastic. The characters take on a lot more life and the plot deepens a lot in the second installment.
The story zips along as fast a Faye can travel and the action never stops for long. If you just thought the last book was OK like me, definitely move on to this one, you won't be disappointed.
YES!!! The universe, the story and the characters are so well written it has got to be one of the best I have read in a very long time.
well the first and the third in the series as the 1930-ish noir, war and magic is really unique.
he does the accents and the voices very well and he has a great voice and is a great narrator.
YES!!! like most of the Larry Correia books I have "read"
I just love Larry Correia's work, his books are just so dang fun. You can feel his love for the story, and his desire to just give you a dang good time.
Already have. It's a mental getaway.
Don't want to give anything away, so I'll just say Deliliah.
All Grimnoir Society, can't pick one.
Can't pick one.
This is a Great Series, you will not be disappointed with listening. Only qualm about narration was that Lance sounded differernt in this book. But otherwise, once used to change although annoying (mild) still great story and narration.
Larry Correia writes wonderful gripping stories, but this Hard Magic series (of which Spellbound is the second) is easily the best. I rank this series with some of the best books I have ever read/heard, including Lonesome Dove which I consider a classic for making you truly live the story. This book does the same; you get so involved in the story that you have to re-orient yourself to the real world when you break away from the book. The characters are so well developed they nearly become friends, and you want to continue to hear more about them.
Bronson Pinchot may be the best narrator I have ever heard, even better than Simon Vance and that is saying something. I would be happy to listen to him read the phonebook, he's so good. He gives the characters character with a consistent accent and inflection. You can always tell who is speaking even if the text does not specify. I now search out books he reads rather than searching for authors.