John Flanagan has brought this story line to a close by chapters explaining the loose ends from the series - Ranger's Apprentice. It isn't enough since they are still sorely missed in my life but now I know what happened to them.
The story is well-written with a clear understanding of the times. The reader is very good! Highly enjoyable read!
Except for the endless shock of the mispronunciation of the hero's last name throughout, this was a fantastic story to hear. Kearsley writes very well bringing history alive.
The story is every bit as good as City of Bones! The characters are intriguing. Pronunciation is occasionally a disruption.
Love is fulfilled across the chasm of time. The story keeps the listener's interest in every chapter. The voice perfect.
Fabulous story continues the tales of forbidden love among the famous names of Elizabethan England. Super work by all! Wow
This book wraps up "The Enchanter Heir" story line with drama and mystery. The reader handles it perfectly! Wonderful world!
I always like the characters that Lucas Davenport has for friends. This story is entangled as usual but the second story with Kidd has drawing power of its own. The drama is written in such a way that you really want to find out how Lucas untangles the situation.
Lucas is always a favorite because he is highly intelligent and driven to succeed. His family and friends make him a caring and loving person even in his pursuit of the evil of others.
Richard Ferrone needs to learn to pronounce the names of cities and towns in Minnesota. He takes away from the story by mispronouncing these names for those of us who know how to say them.
No, it didn't although I did worry about the outcome for some of the characters as they made bad decisions.
I don't know. I might try another and if it is as dull, I would not buy another. I like the Medieval Murder concept but not this particular book.
No. I didn't even finish it because I got bored. The first part was fine but it went on much too long!!
I don't think that I have ever heard Paul Matthews before. He read it well enough to take another book by him.
It would depend on whether the director made it more exciting in the trailer. As I wrote, I like the concept of murder in Medieval Times so I might. Sometimes, directors make a better movie than the book.
This is well-done. The characters are well-developed and the reader differentiates between the characters well enough to keep the listeners mind on the story.
There is a strong desire to find out who committed the murder that is so horrendous. The reader also cares about the main characters' relationship and where it is going. The author has left the listener wanting the next book.
Nothing in particular.
Who could commit such as ghastly murder?
The story is somewhat predictable but it is still a good listen. The reader doesn't use much voice distinction so at times it causes confusion about the speaker. It is supposed to be more thrilling than I have felt listening.
The premise is good if predictable. The characters are well developed.
She pronounces words well and reads a sentence with proper emphasis. There is no question about what the author wrote.
I would not make it into a film.
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