I have a dilema. Does one rush through each book to find out how it all ends or does one slow down & saviour the experience? I will be so sad to listen to the last book - I am saving it for a rainy day
The bringing together of various 'loose' ends & a couple of twists in the tale - Luke getting married for one!
When Wil Weaton started on his first of the chronicles i was a bit disapointed because I loved Alessandro so much but I have grown to love Will's reading too & he has brought an element of humour to the reading
Hughly well written & very well read. I have a 'head map' of each of the characters & I love that the women are as stong as the men
The description of how Jacques found Whisper
The scene where Fay did a major on the demon
Nope - I listen in my car on the way to the office & it makes the commute way more interesting
Just what I said - waiting for Book 4!!!
I will wait a while befor I listen to this lot again - it makes anything else I have listened to recently a little insipid
Jake Sullivan is the man - sort of Mike Hammer meets Vin Diesel meets Indiana Jones
The scene where Fay was in Berlin
When lady Ori made Jake a duck
Please mr Larry Correira hurry up and write the next one
Compelling thrilling fascinating
The warts and all no sacred cows approach to an extraordinary man
A comfort with the English language
Rubber Lips on film
I enjoyed it so much I listened to it once & now I am listening to it all over again!
Where does one start? The story, the new characters, the voices of our most loved 'old' characters? The plot itself would be stellar without the added incentive of the old friends & scoundrels like Han Solo, Chewie & Lando. The spectacular story that leads one into the Star Wars space/time & allows one to abandon rational thinking for some good old fashioned fun.
The rescue of Lando from the warehouse. The precisely detailed, hughly elaborate plan is exactly in keeping with Solo's schemes with the normal nail-biting margin for error.
Has to be Han Solo. in some of the sceens i could imagine every facial expression. Bink - what a gal! and Chewie is his normal inimitable self.
Star Wars Soundrels - the rag-tag reunion
Cannot wait for more. I believe that this 'book' would not have been half as exciting in print. I received this as a gift which makes it doubly special.
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