I will wait a while befor I listen to this lot again - it makes anything else I have listened to recently a little insipid
Jake Sullivan is the man - sort of Mike Hammer meets Vin Diesel meets Indiana Jones
The scene where Fay was in Berlin
When lady Ori made Jake a duck
Please mr Larry Correira hurry up and write the next one
I'm a fan of Sci-fi, fantasy and suspense. I like books that keep me guessing till the end.
How do you not love Jake "Heavy" Sullivan?? It's like Micky Spillane and Flash Gordon had a love child. Entertaining to be sure. It's written like many of Larry Correia's works and that means big action and over the top dialogue, and I would not have it any other way.
The Chairman is pretty much Ming the Merciless and there is even a Death Ray. It's a great ride and Bronson Pinchot does an amazing job bringing it to life.
The one caveat, I have to listen to it at 1.25 to 1.5x the speed or it just seems too slow to me. But at the slightly quicker cadence, it's perfect (for me).
I thought this book was very well done. I thought this whole series was phenomenal (once I got over the covers of the books). I am very glad that I read all of them, but this was a very satisfying ending. I won't say that it was an emotional ending, I was not sad to see the end of this series (like I was for longer series like HP or Inheritance Cycle), but I will say I very much enjoyed these characters. Bronson Pinchot did an excellent job portraying the characters of Jake and Fae, both of which were awesomely well developed, funny, and likeable characters. If you have not read any books in this series, read them. If you have read the other two books in this series, you will not be disappointed.
I've really enjoyed the series, much more so than the Monster International series, which was not bad. The three books built on one another very effectively. Bronson's voices and overall narration were also very well done. The characters are very well developed and fun to follow as the story develops over the three books. While the final climax was a bit apocalyptic it worked in the context of this alternative US that Correia created.
Had forgotten all about this series until Warbound came out. Had to go re-listen to the first two books b/c it had been a while. Really enjoyed the series and Pinchot as the narrator was fantastic. He does such a great job with voices that you forget it's just one person narrating.
Now I'm looking forward to Correia adding to the Monster Hunter series.
Action and great reader.
Spellbound and Monsterhunters
When Lens and other grim die.
The writer well explain every movements and details of each person in the stories.
Absolutely it's fantastic.
I really loved the entire book
Hes one of my favorite readers, and gives the perfect voices for all the characters
Yes there are some very sad moments in this book, but it adds emotional depth and makes you realize how much you care for all the characters in the series.
I'm sure if your reading this than you've already read the first 2 and there's no need to say more, you already know this series is amazing.
Very entertaining as long as the subject interests you
He really is fantastic. Who knew he was so good at this.
If you like Correia you have to read this one. The new characters needed to be used more, but it was all fun and very enjoyable. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
YouTube Broadcaster, Firearms Enthusiast.
Kick Ass Guns, Girls, Mechanized Suits and Ninja's...Oh My! What more can you ask for? Well you won't have to ask, because Larry Correia has packed it all into this Third(and perhaps final, although I hope not) installment of the Grimnoir Chronicles. Warbound, serves up all the fantasy, action, shoot 'em up "Killery" (Larry's word not mine) That you could possibly want from this genre. If you're a true Died in the wool Gun Guy, like me and the Author (who is a certified firearms instructor) then you're going to appreciate the realistic yet exciting gunplay narrative. Not like some writers who write totally ridiculous gun scenes like "then he took the safety of his Glock..." Ha, ha, ha they just make me laugh! This is a great listen, thanks to BP (Bronson Pinchot famously known as Balki Bartokomous) who improves his performance from the first two books. I almost forgot it was him. Great listen especially in the car...It's like a movie in your head! I highly recommend this and all Correia's books. My only complaint is why hasn't Audible made the audiobooks for Dead Six Yet??? Hank Strange :)
Lance...don't want to give any spoilers, you'll see why!
very good range of character voices
Pure Fantasy Action Killery! in my best movie guy voice.
Make Dead Six Audiobooks
When it takes more than magic to save the world.
I love this series by Larry Correia. Mixing, switching and twisting history in a magical way. Here's hoping Grimnoir becomes a whole new sub- genre.