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Yes I would recommend it to someone who likes to read series that turn into epics.
It was not really an ending, nothing was concluded. It left more questions than it answered.
Yes it was ok, some parts sounded a little too "read".
NO! again just like the first in the series it starts out tedious. The ending comes hard and fast yet does not answer a lot of questions.
I look forward to the 4th in this series. I hope some of the questions will be answered.
flowing along nicely
Always Oberon, his view of the world knows no meat-bounds
He makes the experience very personal. He is an excellent reader, able to individualize every character.
There were some heart-ringing parts and heartwarming parts and parts that make you laugh out loud!
Hello? Is anyone home? I have bacon...
Yes, James Marsters reads Harry Dresden as if he were Harry himself
Where the Wild Things Are...
Yes just as good
Jim Butcher made me laugh, cry, and shout out loud but most of his books do that!
As always a great job, even 15 books in this series is still excellent
No they are both ranked the same. The narrator is great!
It is the same genre as the God Save the Queen series, both pretty lighthearted, an easy read and fun.
She is really terrific as a reader she manages to make each character distinct.
A Romp rolling good time
Between 1 - 10 I'd say an 8.5.
The threat to eat her cat.
Yes she is awesome as a narrator!
I could have if I had the time.
This is a playful fun book. I wouldn't rank it as a great piece of literature but it is fun and easy to follow.
Yes, this book was faster paced than the first concentrating more on the story than establishing the world it takes place in.
The ending was happy and tidy.
Unsure, the scenes all flowed nicely.
Yes for someone who can handle the long almost tedious parts of a book that are deemed necessary to establish the world being developed within the story.
I would recommend to some who like this sort of thing.
She did very well.
no, absolutely not too much tedious information to listen to in one sitting
Yes it was a fun series.
Aside from the main character I thought the Queen was excellent.
She was not as good as the girl who did the first book.
Every moment having to do with her boyfriend. He was not a typical fictional boyfriend with doubts and misunderstandings within the story. He was a solid figure not used as an antagonist. I liked that.
I don't know. I did not read it.
I am not sure there is anything to compare it to, maybe the Parasol Protectorate books which I loved as well.
She was an ok narrator not as good as the person who did the first book.
It was just a fun book.
Yes, it starts out boorish and a bit slow but picks up soon. The story was good. The description of the world is done in a way that you slowly get involved in what is happening.
And it's nice to see a devoted man in a heroine's life who doesn't spend any time doubting her nor she him.
I don't want to give anything away.
Yes but in book 2 it is a different narrator, I wonder how that will be as I am listening to them all back to back.
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