I wish I could rate the writing separately from the narration, because this is a decently written story but is absolutely destroyed by the narrator. The reading pace and timing is totally off as if it's being read for the first time while being recorded. The attempts at different character voices is so bad it's incredibly distracting. I've tried listening to this three or four times now and just cannot get past the terrible narration. This one makes me wish I'd just bought Allan's book and read it myself. Money back please! I'll go buy the hard copy.
This story draws you in and makes you really care about the characters. The pace is great and doesn't leave you falling asleep. The imagery described and the foundation of the settings makes it all feel very real. Very well written and very well narrated. Kudos to both author and story teller!
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