Did not read the print edition but t he audio edition was pretty fantastic!
Duke. The Werewolf. He just was. Noble, fierce, passive, powerful, discerning, smart and yet just a country bumpkin (if I can use that word).
Yes. Just finished Divine Misfortune! Fred is one of the greatest!
Just "Duke and Earl."
A lot of cursing, but I do understand the nature of the setting of the novel. I wanted to listen to this with my children but too much cursing.
The constant growning and revelation of the Hellequin. He is "evolving" (for lack of a better word) into someone more powerful each episode. On the edge of my seat waiting to see what he will be come. Saddened though that he sacrificed one power for another though!
Toss up between the Hellequin and Ares.
Hellequin is strapped to the table and seemingly is going to be tortured, BUT he is not worried at all! Like he has a secret. . . .
PLEASE HURRY UP WITH BOOK 4! PLEASE!!!
Of all the books I listen to, the Hellequin Series tops the list. . . but only just a hairs breadth ahead of the Iron Druid Chronicles!
Over and over and over!!
Alex Verus. Same character type (except the Hellequin is more powerful). But the climaxes are emotional and exciting! Can't put down.
When He realizes that He is the Hellequin. Even the beginning with the werewolves.
Can't wait to see his powers unfold as a necromancer. Great 3rd Book!!!
Written from three different view points. I love Owen Kennedy!!!! Ovenue Ka Nae Dee!! So phenomenally written interlude to the confrontation with Loki!! Every chapter is fulfilling, real, "awesome!!"
The last chapter with Granuiel where he says "Let him come!" Referring to Loki and preferring death over separation from Granuiel! A true hero. He lives, truly lives at that moment. . . (tears) Here he becomes the center of the universe for all, the piece that binds the whole puzzle, the glue between broken pages, solidifying his existence in the universe as the hope of all . . . a true hero.
ALL OF THEM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Iron Druid!
Please, Mr. Hearne, don't make me wait tooo long for part 8!! Please!!!!!
MOST DEFINITELY. . ..EXCEPT I HAVENT READ THE PRINT VERSION, BUT THE AUDIO PROVIDES THE OPPORTUNITY TO DEVELOP CHARACTER IDENTITY BY VOICE, ACCENTS, (IE RILEY AND DATU)!
I LISTENED TO ALL THREE (AND IMPATIENTLY WAITING FOR SERIES 4) BUT THE MOST MEMORABLE IS DATU'S CAPTURE IN THE STADIUM AND THE DEATH OF SAMANTHA. SHE PLAYS SUCH A SHORT ROLE, BUT IMMEDIATELY SHE CAPTURES THE SPIRIT OF THE WHOLE BOOK!
THIS IS THE FIRST AND THIS ONE INSPIRED ME TO PURCHASE MORE DRAMATIZED!
DON'T KNOW BUT SOMETHING ABOUT SAUL!!!!
SAUL IS STUBBORN, DOESN'T LISTEN, HEAD STRONG, YET HE IS A SUPER SOLDIER! I TOO SERVED OVERSEAS AND LOVE HIS CHARACTER! NOW ON THE BATTLEFIELD WITH A SOLDIER LIKE THAT I WOULD PROBABLY PUNCH HIM IN THE FACE, BUT HE GETS THE JOB DONE AND DOES NOT OVERTHINK IT! SKILLzzz!
Yes. Except, there were so many juxtaposing storylines that I was hoping to hear more of the main character development.
None. It has its own life unlike the other books I have listened to.
Yes. She is a good reader.
For the most part, Yes.
The recording of the chapters kept cutting short. Many of the chapters ended before the reader stopped reading causing the listener to not hear the final words of those chapters. That was unnerving!
Great character interaction!
That I did not like the main character! Its a good thing when the characters are either loved or hated. The writer has done their job! I hated the main character for being rebellious, whiny, foolish, and troublesome.
Neither! No extreme reaction, except to the ending when the "judge" shows up! Sequel?
The concept alone. A clone trying to find the killer of its prime. Not to mention the subtle twist that could throw you off of the plot!
Number 11! He was interesting!
His voice. Rough. Like the voice of a 1980's private investigator. The Dick Tracy, Magnum P.I. feel to his voice!
Number 42's epiphany and transformation.
Yes. Would love a sequel!
Eric Upstein twist! The boy in the cave. . .
He sounds like Keaneau Reeves. I could visualize him acting in this movie.
Yes!! The vivid imagery after the explosion! The writer does a meticulous job giving our imagination what it needs to have been in the middle of a devastating explosion! I listened to that part twice!
Superbly written!! Will listen to this again!
So far, I would say near the bottom, but every book I listened to so far has been PHENOMENAL! Via Crucis ranks at the top!
I like the concept of the Angel in Heaven getting ready to record the birth of Christ, but a lot of readers who are "religious" and not spiritual would have been confused by this notion. But, as a reader, we must also understand our author is catholic.
Via Crucis!! Via Crucis cannot be compared to!
Hmmmmmm. .. not sure.
Yes! But have not read the print edition. I would assume the same except with the print, I can highlight!
None. Not even the Via Advent. The crucis is phenomenal spiritual insight.
He wrote it. So he read it how he heard it in his head. He brought to life his vision.
Tears of joy. I played over and over to mark to memory these wonderful insights. Especially the insight about the three hours of darkness at the cross and all sins, past, present, and future blotting out the sun! Wow! Thank you Jesus!
Keep it coming!!
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