Middleton, WI | Member Since 2013
One of the best books I've listened too. The story is well written for an audiobook setting.
Read or listen to the first 4 Halo books: Halo: Fall of Reach through Halo: Ghosts of Onyx. These books build up the story line to where Grasslands takes off.
Very good storytelling. His voices really bring life to the characters. One of the best audiobook narrations I've heard
It's way too long for one sitting, but definitely one that kept you wanting to hear more!
This book is an interesting look at the first human encounter with the Covenant. It's also a look at the Office of Naval Intelligence and how their personnel operate. The series of events that lead up to what is now known of the Covenant War. It's an interesting look at how the war started, and just how little was known of what was going on.
I thoroughly enjoy the Halo Universe. This book brings up a chapter of the Spartan program that has gone mostly unmentioned.
This is the 4th book in the Halo series. In the series Contact Harvest and The Cole Protocol come next, but chronologically the Kilo 5 series should be read next. Halo Grasslands ties into Ghosts of Onyx so that should be the next book to read if you love the Halo Universe and want to read more.
I have already recommended this series to several friends. If you love the Halo universe you'll love this continuation. It gives a very interesting extension to Katherine Halsey.
It showed the human confrontation of the Spartans like it hasn't been seen. The side of what could have been if they hadn't been abducted into the Spartan program.
Euan Morton's portrayal of Kilo 5 in this series is really well done. This being the third book and he has been able to keep consistent character voices all the way through.
There are up and downs through the book. Some sad and funny parts.
I really wish there were more Halo books. I love the Halo universe and I'm super excited where we can be taken from here.
John Carter as he is the sole primary character
This was my first Scott Brick performance. I've now heard all three of his Barsoom books and feel that he does a great job for this type of book. The many different species are all given a specific voice type.
Hard to put down would be the term for the written novel. I listened in about 2-3 hour spurts and was engaged through most of it.
I picked up this book because of how much I liked the movie. Forget the movie. The book is much better and Scott Brick's performance is very well done
It starts to build up the storyline that is continued in the Halo 4 video game
The building drama of Naomi
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