The characters were brought to life by Bronson Pinchot and made me love them. The story carried on and the writing was extremely well so it kept me wanting to listen
Willy Wonka of it
This book wraps up the trilogy neatly, and while it is very satisfying, I feel it was rushed in the last half.
The book exposes some new truths which are quickly assimilated as fact and pushes on past them to meet its deadline (the end of the series). Much of what was revealed could have made for more interesting development if the book had room to breathe. With it, the series could have easily been 4 books long.
That said, it does the characters I have come to love justice, and we are treated to some pretty epic battles along the way. There were few moments where I felt OK putting the book down. Good listen.
one word " Outstanding "
I could never try and just pick one moment or even just a few.
He did an outstanding job on all of them.
Magic saves the world.
I just wish that there more books to care on the wonderful story. Well done in every way.
Lover of books and fictions reads.
The suspense, the bloodshed, the sheer blood and guts of it. Nothing sparkly or clean here.
When Jake Sullivan revealed his plan M. I was bowled over. Totally did not see that coming.
His male, female and narrative voice are all very distinctive. No overlap, very well done. Although would like to see his 'shouting' voice actually shouting or at least a little louder. Only knew the characters were shouting via... he shouted...
It was a little odd.
Quest to find the Pathfinder
Go read it. It's worth your time.
This is an awesome ending (or is it?) to a wonderful series. Mr. Correia brings it home with non-stop action, as our heroes joined by an unlikely ally fight an enemy bent on sucking the entire planet dry of life.
Yes, and that rare thing for myself. My usual opinion would be why would I listen to again when I can listen to something new, but in case the answer is YES. The story while simple is awesomely entertaining and the Bronson Pinchot does a outstanding job bringing the characters to life in all three books.
Tie between Faye Vierra and Jake Sullivan, though Toru is right up there as well. The characters are all so well written and brought to life by Bronson that it really is hard to choose a favorite.
Yes, I could have easily taken a long drive and hoped to get stuck in traffic.
Sad to see the series end, I will miss it and will listen again. Still what a great conclusion.
I stumbled onto this series by mistake. After reading my last Vince Flynn Novel I had a need for more. I searched the internet for suggestions and a few people referenced the author as a alternative to Flynn. I don't usually go for Magic and Fantasy but the way he writes the books you start to believe that its real. It has been a great series and was finished well. It was inline with all the preceding novels with a few twists.
can't compare it with anything else. The story itself was so out of my normal reading stream that I can't even begin to compare it to anything else. The Narrator is fantastic. He is the future of audio books. He brought the characters to life, the different voices allow you to easily create a relationship with the characters. The only thing I can say about this book and series is that it is a perfect example of what a audio book should be. Escapism.
All of them. Great Narrator.
It was enjoyable and a great ride
Dad, Dentist, Adventurer. Well... at least 2 of those.
More of the great characters we all love. If you haven't given this one a try you really owe it to yourself to check these out. I was blown away by how good it was.
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