Yes, in fact, I already have listed to the first chapter several times as it is a great introduction to characters that I enjoyed "getting to know."
I enjoyed Hadrian and Royce, their action/adventure, and most of all their humor. The author did a great job of giving these lead characters depth, and the narrator brought them to life.
Hadrian and Royce. The narrator made listening to the "trilogy," in a word, fun.
I do not have the luxury of listening to books in a single sitting, but I looked forward to opportunities for listening to these books
This book has one of my favorite first chapters in recent memory, and it is a great introduction to the characters. I can think of few books that compare. The book is good for a wide range of ages (from young teen to adult), and I highly recommend the series. You will not be disappointed.
Other favorite books in no particular order (so that you know if I am on the same page as you): Way of Kings; The Final Empire/Mistborn; Ender's Game; Ender's Shadow; Wizard's First Rule; Jim Butcher's Dresden Files series, particularly books 8-12
I would rank this book up at or near the top of my list of favorite audiobooks. It is fun, easy, enjoyable book brought to life with great narration
I'm not going to divulge details of the book, but the dialogue and even the inner-dialog were imaginative and well-narrated.
It was great. It was an animated reading that was as memorable, or almost as memorable, as the Potter series, which is high praise to me.
Hard to say. There were several.
This book defies easy explanation, but I highly recommend that you download it.
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