Though the story had a good premise (a detective still investigating a murder case as a devastating asteroid heads for earth) the delivery and production value were poor. It was very sleepy for a fiction/suspense novel.
The delivery. Also the dialogue, there wasn't any! The protagonist mainly talks to himself or dreams, a poor way to write a novel.
Bronson Pinchot or James Marster's.
Disappointment because I was looking forward to this one.
The characters were All very rich, and the story flowed easily.
The protagonist Declan Camarine with all his arrogance and bravado made this story! He is not a character I will soon forget.
A few come to mind, but i liked the end when Rose met the Dutches of the Southern Provinces. Moments like that make this story compelling, and induce the reader/listener to continue on in blithe.
If I had the time I would definitely give it a try. This story moves along seamlessly and with pace.
I already purchased the second in this series.
Yes, because I truly enjoyed this recorded playwright.
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: by Steve Hockensmith. For its characters and clever jokes about early and absurd 19th century English society.
The narrators's where some of my favorites including the talented James Marster's.
The ending, but i wont spoil it.
Get this play.
Un-forgettable, magical, and brilliant.
Jim Butchers: Dresden Files. If you Like those books you will Love this one.
Sally Fey Viera:- Bronson's Pinchot performance was masterful!
Yes, the end so i can't tell you.
BUY THIS BOOK if you want one to remember.
Yes, James Marsters brings Harry Dresden to life > I would imagine Dresden sounding just like Marsters Portrays!
The character Terra and how she conducts herself was memorable and somewhat chilly!
No, though it is worthy if you have the time!
Though for me this was not a better edition than the Original (Storm Front - book 1) it is a good listen ! I would listen to it if your going to continue to develop a relationship with this character and progress through the rest of the series...
One of the top AudioBooks ive had the pleasure of listening to!
Its Wity, Paced Well, Funny, and the Narrarator is Exceptional >
Her detail to characters and Voice capturing Charisma !
Elizabeth Bennet was of course the most memorable > But Mary Bennet had a few touching moments as well!
This Audiobook is not only Well Written but Well Read! Katherine Kellgren is a class act audio-book performer! Truly a performer
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