Great continuation of series. As with all the Destroyer Men series fast paced and interesting plot twists like trained Bombardier Pterodactyls.
Outcast; is the latest entry of Christopher G. Nuttall Empire's Corps. series. This is the weakest of the 5 books in this series. a very weak story line, This recording can not be saved even by Jeffrey Kafer's excellent narration.
I'm a big fan of the Harry Potter series, But Ms. Rowling's t first detour into a more adult storytelling is a detour into a cul-de-sac, It is dry lifeless and boring, life in a modern day British village is just as mundane and boring as life in a modern middle class suburb in North America, The story line drags, by the middle of the book I had to say enough, Not even Mr, Hollander's very good Narration could save this story line.
Fluency, by Jennifer Wells , is a very so-so book. the plot has some high points and becomes predictable and slows down to a point that the space slugs become the fastest moving characters in the story,
Not even Ms, Burney's excellent narration could uplift this story line. This book is a good if you have a lazy afternoon to kill. but not more then that.
Mr. Mansbach. sums up ever parent's thoughts who has to wake up at 6am to be at work by 8; And has been blessed; with a child who's sleep patterns where set to the diurnal cycle of Mercury not Earth and has the activity level in permanent overdrive,
Mr Mansbach sums up all parent's thoughts who have ever had a child who is a picky eater,
Mr. Cranston's narration is spot on,
This somewhat predictable Pearl Harbor Motif story is worth an read if you have a long summer afternoon to sit on the porch and rest, but that is all, Mr, Trefethen's narration is excellent.
This was a predictable ending to this series. All the plot lines where wraped up but the story line was not as exciting as the fist two books in the series
Proxima; the new book by Stephen Baxter. tell the story of the human interfacing with the plant Proxima, It is a good start to a series. even though it is a little slow in starting, Mr, McCarley narration is brilliant,
I liked the first two books of this series, I was a little disappointed in this the last book of the series. The ending was predictable and a bit rushed, by the end of the book I was starting to lose interest. The highlight of this book was Mr Brick's narration.
This is a continuation of the Kris Longknife series. It has a good solid story line and is a solid continuation of the series. The narration is very good. if you are a fan of the series then this is a good fun read
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