Don' know yet. Waiting for my copy from Dogearredbooks to arrive - I'll get back to you on that.
Toot Toot & friends driving a car.
Haven't finished it yet - I'll let you know.
yes - yes - & yes!
The book was well worth the wait (not that I wanted to wait 18 months, but...)
It's right up there with Grave Peril and White Nights. The story telling is consistent and James Marsters once again gives a superb performance.
Definitely worth the money.
The characters, the style, the story, the scenes, the adventure, the descriptions, etc.
I love the books of Bernard Cornwell, so anything in his historical novels - especially the ones about King Alfred the Great - would fit the bill. The only difference it this is mythical vs. historical.
The consistancy of the characters. There are so many of them and he handles them all well.
there were times when it made me scream, but since I don't want to give anything away, I'll leave it at that.
Well worth a credit!
A better story - one that didn't feel the need to keep repeating itself as well as a reader that could do better accents. Hard to distinguish between characters by voice alone.
The constant repetition of the storyline. If you lost your place in listening to it, you couldn't pick it back up because several parts sounded the same. Writer could have used a thesaurus.
She didn't differ her speaking tones. She did bad accents.
There were too many to count.
Yuck! Even at free it was overpriced!
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