I could only complete half of the book. While I liked the story, I could not listen to this narrator any further.
I liked the historical aspect as I have not seen anyone write about this time period of British history before.
I have listened to many, many books since I joined Audible and I knew I would run across a book that I wanted to like, but whose narration would prevent it. This is that book. The narrator's timing is choppy at best, just plain off at worst. He seems to be trying so hard to enunciate each word that, to me, it sounds as if an elementary school child is giving a speech. I tried to continue, hoping that perhaps I could get used to the rhythm and cadence but I just could not. If I want to continue this series I'll have to read it. I can not listen to this narrator any further.
I loved this writer's style. The banter between characters (especially his dog) is Laugh Out Loud funny. In addition he portrays the druidic faith quite accurately (for a work of fiction).
Too hard to pin down what I liked
Luke gives each character it's own voice....especially the dog. I would have never
Hexed - What witches do. Vexed - What a very old Druid becomes. Perplexed - What the rest of us experiences.
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