Yes. Because audiobooks are expensive, the narrator's voice isn't bad, and the story is good.
None, really I haven't listened to any of the other Warcraft audio books.
Audio books in general are great because you can do other things while "reading." it also allows you to focus more in the story than if you are a speedy reader like I am. Justine does an acceptable job as a narrator, and I would definitely listen to her work again.
This is a fantastic companion novel for those who play World of Warcraft. I picked it up because I'm the leader of a role-playing guild on WoW and the lore in it is practically essential to being able to understand the scope of Garrosh's actions.
The story itself is good, the romance in it seemed vaguely forced, but I've never been a fan of that particular male character. The best parts to this horde player were the parts showing Baine and Vol'jin's unease with the entire situation. I most certainly will be buying an audio book version of the next novel when it is released.
I actually liked the narrator.
...what a silly question. This is book 1 of a trilogy that takes place directly after a trilogy that takes place a few years after a trilogy. There are endings?
I can do the dishes while reading
A lot of people complain about this narrator but he's better than the one they got for the last herald Mage trilogy who mispronounced simple English words like bow. I could do without the raspy voice for some characters but otherwise I found him enjoyable to listen to.
I liked the narrator.
I like that it's an enjoyable little story. It's about shapeshifters, but there isn't a bunch of running naked through the woods or fighting with their natures or any of that sort of overdone thing. Just a man that can be a snake rescuing some wolf-shifter puppies.
His tone really set the easy going light feeling to the story.
The small press this story comes from is for homosexual romances, so if that's not your thing, move right along.
Also, this is a short story, and I'd advise buying it rather than using a credit due to it's length.
That I could listen to something I've read so many times the book is falling apart.
I like how this book ties in with all the rest so well, The different cultures in the worlds involved in the liaden series are not strangers to prejudice, cultural misunderstandings, religious zealots, vengence, and drug problems. Despite all that this is more of a romantic story, and not a negative one at all.
Flat. (I wasn't a fan of his voice.)
"Or a lesson in not angering dragons."
The entire series is well worth your time. Start with agent of change.
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