I have been enjoying this series and probably should have been forewarned by the cover picture on the book but buxom women are a staple of SF covers. In this case however the transition to Cally from her father is also a transition to significantly more adult material than was present in the prior books, the next has more of the same so I have given up on the series.
I have very much enjoyed both the first two books and their narration - highly recommended. What I am having trouble understanding is why each book in the series is priced successively higher. The second book is the longest of the three, but the third book is significantly more expensive and moves from one to two credits - seems like kind of a sucker punch from Audible, gouging the listener as they get hooked on the series. I'm very disappointed Audible.
After the first book narriated by the master Guidall, this was a frustrating listen - Muller puts a breathy emphasis on the last word of every sentence that is really distracting. I want to continue the serier but dread the fact that the next one is also done by Muller
Interesting notion but very slow paced. The main character's constant cynicism and the needless yet relentless anti-Mormon tone is very off-putting
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