he brings the book to life
I wish the books were longer and he released them quicker.
Mark continues to deliver great action packed with humor.
There a few scenes where Mike and BT demonstrate their bond of friendship forged with laughter and blood. Great friends complete family, Mark does a fantastic job illustrating this.
The most frustrating part of the book is the end, the end of the book could have easily been the end of a chapter.
Mark continues to deliver a great story, with lots of action and lots of humor. Each chapter leaves you eager to hear what comes next just as the end of the book leaves you mad as hell at Mark and searching the internet for rumored book 8 release dates!
Martin Gollery should NEVER narrate, ever. How the heck did the robot voice from the answering machines from the '90 get the longest book in the series?
I like the story line, I really do. I don't like Mayer's tendency to explain away God and religion. I would say this is the most frustrating thing about all his stories. That being said, it is otherwise a good story. So, yes.
All of it. He is a terrible narrator, the worst I have ever heard.
Its a good story. Through out the series Bob Mayer makes several technical mistakes, ie. F-16's cant take off from an aircraft carrier, the Pave Low is an MH-53, not an HH-53, there were many others, you would think a guy who used to be a green beret would know these kind of things. However this is something I can live with, its still a good story. I don't like how the author seems to minimize religion.
Those are only the MINOR issues over come by a good story line. You remember the robot voice from the '90's answering machine, I would rather have that thing read the book. This guy has to be the worst narrator EVER!!
Terry Brooks is an amazing author. The Shanara series is one of my favorites, I'm glad he is continuing it. This is a story i have wanted him to write for a ling time.
Rosalyn is not a very good narration. Her voice is high pitched and annoying. i almost stopped listening and ordered the Kindle version. I hope the next book some one like Dick Hill or Scott Brick or Kate Reading is chosen.
Oliver does a great job as usual
The only problem with this book is book 5 isnt out yet!!
gay and lesbian
i dont know it i will listen to her again, especially if she is going to pack her books with gay and lesbian rights instead of fantasy story line.
all the redeeming qualities of the first trilogy (action and actual magic use) were not present in this one. i cant express how disapointed i am in this trilogy.
the first trilogy had a tolerable amount of the gay right plugs in it. but this series is chuncked full of the "go homo!!!" theme. its not a story of fantasy with magic around every corner, its a story of a political statement with gays and lesbians around every corner and hederosexuality is an after thought.
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