I rarely listen to audiobooks twice, so no.
At the end of the Mogolian timeline, where Orion had to complete his mission. Don't want to say more about it, because it would be a spoiler.
He gave Orion a different feel, than what I probably would have given him, if I read it myself, and I think this form probably were the better one.
In the last part of the book, the truth behind the purpose of Orion's mission, and the truth about the enemy's "identity" is revealed, which turns out to be a sad one, making you pity the enemy, and Orion.
I would say that it were ranked as #6.
I became particularly fond of Earl, I am not too sure why, but there were something that came out of the personality that the author gave him that just made you like him.
The favorite scene were the scene after Owen's out of body experience, when they had gone on a mission, and it turned out the mission led to the exact ship Owen had seen in his out of body, and had to talk to Earl about it.
A 500 year old evil is about to bring the end of the world, all that stands in it's way, Monster Hunter International, and an accountant.
Oliver Wyman's performance is great, his women voices might take some time getting used to.
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