Elizabeth Moon's writing is somewhere between "Zane Gray" and "Louis Amour", as she writes with a good imagation and includes details that make you think of the characters as real and you can imagine them doing all of the things as she describes it, with you right there. Her stories are very smooth as she transitions from each "scene" to the next.
Cynthia Holloway is a very good reader with only one area needing improvement. Cynthia needs to expand her voice roles, in particular her male voices. As you listen and she changes characters you will sometimes get lost as to who said or did what, breaking the flow of the story.
I did not know that the book was abridged. WEB Griffin books need the extra verbage as he has many threads going in the background, which makes his stories ones that "you can't put down". Abridging his works ruins the story.
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