A good story
I would recommend the story for an enjoyable episode.
No. I enjoyed the performance.
This book is a great beginning for a great trip. It is and exhibit of skillful writing and engaging social dynamcs. The foundations for the story are carefully set out.. patiently and with a careful consistency. Pete Bradbury is so perfect in these tales.
It all works together. Enjoy!
And so we travel into a new world, or maybe not. The intricate descriptions and the cultural mores are enough to satisfy an amateur cultural anthropologist, while balancing the information in and through a fantasy epic that is at the front of the line!
Take the trip! It will not disappoint.
This is the final story in the Demon Cycle. It is a masterwork.
The characters are full, and robust. The struggle between what is good and what is not, is ever expanding and constricting, ebbing and flowing into a believable pattern of events and subsequent conclusions. It all comes together, perhaps a bit to quickly, in the end.
Happy, happy reading. I hope more is to come..
This story is well written and thoughtfully crafted. The characters stand out holding mystery, and intention within their structure. It was a ride that I trusted to take me beyond my limits.
The Catalyst and the Prophet. Love declared and love love lost. Such and adventure in time and in spells is well worth the investment of my precious time.
The narration is supple and spins this dream effortlessly.
It is perfect.
I am sorry Audible does not have the next sequel at this time..
I thoroughly enjoyed this story. The story is kept my interest peaked and I happy to know there is more to come ..
Royce and Hadrian are two characters that I cared about. I enjoyed the other characters that were introduced along the way. The story wove around and through them in such a way that I was thoroughly engaged from the beginning until the conclusion of the last book.
There was wonderful character development, and impressive story telling evident in each part of the trilogy!
Tim Gerard Reynolds's narration was perfect for this story. It was truly icing on the cake.
This story is entertaining and amusing. The heroes are reluctant however they are credible . The story is realistic in terms of human behavior but it does not employ an overload of violence. This helps to make The Theft of Swords and enjoyable read..
I found the story quite delightful and it was given voice in a way that added even more to the experience. The descriptions of the country side, the overwhelming odds against which are heroes stood, and the irony and humor all come to life in a splendid way in the voice of Tim Gerard Reynolds!
I am off now to the next episode! Enjoy!
While I found some of the character descriptions amusing, there was incredible sadness in this story. Solders, human beings advancing directly into the path of bullets, and certain death was an emotionally taxing read. So much life spent and lost during the carnage of war..
For those of us who seek understanding and entertainment in relation to the epic events of our lifetimes..
We will appreciate this work!
Here is a story of unfathomable courage. We see the brute carnage of war, the ability of the human spirit to become in humane and monstrous and we see evil incarnate.
In response we see a response of survival which stands against the odds of physical and moral destruction. It is a difficult and wonderful story!!
Compelling, edifying, and entertaining.
This is an intergenerational saga that does not disappoint. There is rich character development as well as generous historical information about New York.
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