Start with a different Iron Druid book, but worth a read if you're moving through the series. Bits and pieces are typical of Hearne's brilliance but overall this one didn't hold together or flow as well as the others. Luke Daniels is a great narrator, but his voice sounded bored at times during this book.
Great series, great author, great narrator . . .strangely boring audiobook
I wasn't familiar with the author and the combination of the writing style and the narration initially led me to suspect this might be one of those goofy fluff pieces that irritate rather than entertain me. I'm so glad I stayed with it -- the work was far more layered and interesting than I guessed. I'll listen to it a couple more times to pick out what I missed.
Great author. I'll be listening to the rest of his offerings.
One of the best books of all times coupled with poor narration.
The narration style made it painful to listen to this book. Not a terrible narrator, but tone delivery and pacing that made this incredibly interesting book hard work to listen to. Boring boring boring in spite of the completely interesting book.
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