I found the concept of superheroes that need to be taught a lesson by puny mortals very refreshing. The writing style and storyline of the book kept me intrigued and entertained until the very end. Characters were very well described by the author and it was pretty light on the "with great power comes great responsibility" speeches.
This is the first review of a book that I have written if that clues you in to how much I liked it, and I have listened to hundreds of audiobooks.
I don't want to spoil anything but there were several
This is the first book that Mr. Andrews has narrated that I have listened to. He did an excellent job. You could tell that he knew the story well and had developed the characters in his mind before he recorded it.
Yes and I did listen to it during one whole shift at work with a few breaks.
The narrator does an excellent job.
It starts to tie up some loose ends that Atticus has been pulling at for a couple of books.
His voice is the Iron Druid. Mr. Hearne if you read this please don't switch narrators mid series.
Divide and conquer
This book gave the series some new leads to follow and answered some of the questions that were asked in hammered and the books following. I wasn't so keen on how the characters had somewhat separate stories within a larger story, but it was kind of necessary. Excellent book and it left me waiting for the next one.
Action, Anger, Deceit
Yes, especially towards the very end of the book when the third person sits down to the table. My jaw dropped
I think the dad was the most authentic character.
Kinda made me mad how things turned out
I like Scott Brick but I have listened to him too much lately I think. I get lost sometimes whether I am in a Grisham, figuring out how Adam Cassidy will get his butt out of the sling, or running alongside Jason Bourne. He is a great narrator but I need to find titles to offset him sometimes.
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