Story too short
The dialogue with Oberon is fantastic and hilarious. I had to hit rewind numerous times from laughing so hard.
Oberon. The narrator did a perfect job on the voice.
A tale 2,000 years in the making.
It does remind you of the Dresden Files only in the fact that it is a lone male fantasy character living in modern times. The characters and plot are completely original and the narrator does an excellent job on all the accents, in particular giving new life to the dog dialect.
A solid five stars. Fun, fast paced, and an all around excellent read. This installment has great character development while moving the storyline in a great direction. Loved that everyone was featured, along with some cool new introductions.
Definitely looking forward to #5, I think Agent Franks is going to kick some serious butt.
As with most of Correia's stories- the characters. Well developed and draw you into the story
Great plot and tie in with book one but still able to stand on it's own.
Pinchot is an excellent narrator that does a fantastic job whit the voice of each character that draws you deeper into the story without being a distraction.
Definitely looking forward to book 3 as the ending was perfect.
Better than book 1 with all the old characters back in the thick of it with some great new additions.
No; it was a bit drawn out in parts and the book just ended without anything really happening. Someone should write a short summary of book 1 so we can all jump to book 2.
Inquisitor Glokta. He was the only character I really found interesting.
Nothing really stood out
Yeah at the end when I was looking for the other half of the story. Guess at some point I will have to use my credit to get the rest of the story as this book just stopped. Definitely not a stand alone story as it only had a beginning and middle. It bugs me that everyone thinks their story is a trilogy when it's just a single story.
The fact that I have no real desire to jump into book 2 says it all. To sum up book 1. A great warrior just past his prime goes on one last epic quest at the bequest of the lord of wizards to save an empire that has labeled him an outcast and criminal. Now you can read book 2.
This was a great study into the hidden motives behind each characters choices
yes, this was a great story with some good character development and an interesting take on mankind's history
I'll be vague so not to spoil any of the story but the part where the priest has many questions answered.
Not really but it did have some gripping parts
It is nice to have a story told in a short concise manner every once in a while.
Being a product of the 80's this book hit all the right notes for a cool trip down memory lane with the benefit of a really great story thrown in. And if that wasn't enough you had Wesley Crusher narrating...perfect. I even found myself playing the old text adventure games.
The wit of Bartimaeus of Uruck is pure magic. Bartimaeus is one of those rare characters that you never tire of. Everything you loved from the original trilogy is here and Bartimaeus is even more fun than before. Hilarious and a must read for any fan.
Leviathan and Behemoth together make for a good story. Behemoth picks up right where Leviathan stopped and it seems to me that this is really one story that the publisher decided to break up into two separate books. Putting this aside I like the books and the whole Darwinist vs. Clankers theme is excellent.
Having read all three in the series this has been my favorite. The others are great but I liked the whole premise and plot better. Really looking forward to book 4: Assassin's Code.
A solid follow up to book 1 that continues to build and move this series forward. Excellent story with some new and interesting characters. A lot of fun to listen too with another perfect performance by Oliver Wyman.
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