1 Get rid of the annoying irish accents, in 20 years we all sound like an Irish spring commercial. PALEASE! a little goes a long way.
2. Have a story.. all this book is, is a single big battle and characters getting ready for the next book.
3. The evolution of magic in this world adds nothing
Todd is good, Someone finally told him about the way to pronounce the most of the local names in Oregon.
Anyone who talks about the past books. These is so much looking back in this book at previous books that not a single story gets moving.
The first three books of this series are awesome. The next whatever books all blow ass
Once you read something this bad you never go back. No No A thousand times no.
I'm going to the Hornblower series just to clear my head
Craig Wasson is a great Narrator, that fact that I made it halfway though the book is all on him and not the writer.
Remove all the crap that has nothing to do with the story. There is so much endless details of encounters and reports that further no story narrative. 70% of this book is glorified unrelated padding.
If you are in a hospital and suffering from a neck injury that leaves you fully paralyzed. Pray to the gods this is not the book your brother brings to you to listen too why you are laying in bed and powerless to move. Beg to be unplugged.
A brain dead donkey would find this book very edible and would get more joy out it than any human who looks over the words.
After listening to this book put a Makita 6271DWPE 12V Cordless 3/8" driver drill to your ear and drive it home. It may be the last thing you do but you will never have to listen to another book by this ass clown.
Todd McLaren is the only thing great about this book.
The ending was awesome... no not the planned ending go the book the fact that it ended. No doubt the writer was able to buy a deluxe swimming pool out of this investment. High five for that.
You don't have jump from the back of one buffalo to another in a rampaging herd to know that this book is another sad chapter in what was such a promising start to the series. I loved the first three books and I want to love the ones that followed but they are partial stories filled with partial characters I don't even care about.
The good guys boarder of Super Heroes and bad guys make no sense. This is something that tend to happen in Post Apocalypse stories. I call it the "Postman Effect" Remember the Postman with Kevin Costner? Remember the stupid bad guy in that film who was torturing everyone, capturing slaves, to... dig a big pit... for what? Nuclear weapons? Old Tech? Maybe even a tank? No that was not important just to dig a pit.
So here we see the same thing. Evil guys, doing evil things cause... that's just what evil does. I would give this a 2.5 Postmans because I have read 2.5 of these books and thought the CUT field troops are kind of cool. I've seen deeper Villains on Power Rangers Shows.
Even adding in a reason now, well it would just seemed goofy.
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