Yes. I would like to focus on some of the conversations between the main characters to see if I missed any clues that might have been given. There is so much revealed in the last two chapters that I found myself wondering if I had missed any hint of what was to come.
Rather than compare it to another book, I would compare the author to another author and that would be Ray Bradbury. Bradbury had the gift of making the unbelievable, believable, and that's the way I feel about Tobin's work.
Reaver. I finished the book about a week ago, and I have found myself missing his character. He is an endearing and complex hero.
Many times, while listening to this book, I thought to myself "This would be a fantastic movie!" So, while not terribly creative nor imaginative, my tag line would be "A Fantastic Movie!"
When will another book by Paul Tobin be available?
The characters and circumstances they find themselves in are believable and the pace of the narration makes the storyline easy to follow.
Absolutely! I enjoy mysteries and like to try to figure out how the story will end. This one did not disappoint.
The pace of the narration and the distinct and believable portrayal of the characters made it very easy to pick up the "book" at anytime, without having to replay where I left off.
The character of Carlyle evoked the most emotion from me. His otherworldly relationship with "Scotch" brought an element of the possibility of another realm in an otherwise very realistic storyline. The combination worked well in the book.
Perhaps author Sheehan will bring Carlyle back in another novel, this time with a more prominent role.
Right up at the top.
As I listened to the narrator begin the last chapter, my jaw literally dropped. I won't elaborate for fear of spoiling it for others, but suffice it to say, I never saw it coming.
Through his narration, Mr. Chase conveyed the emotions of the characters in such a way, that you could not help but ride along the tumultuous journey with this group of friends. He gave voice to the individual characters in a distinct and believable manner and the pace of his narration was consistent and appropriate to the story. The characters came alive through his interpretation - just one of the advantages of listening to a book, rather than reading it.
How well do you really know your friends?
I started listening to audio books for the first time several months ago and I am totally hooked! I cannot imagine going back to "reading" again. I'll be looking out for other books by Mr. Kardos, on audio.
This was the first audiobook I had ever listened to and now it is my preferred manner of "reading." I have since listened to Savage Rage and I would rank them both equally excellent.
Absolutely! Throughout the book, I was anxiously waiting to find out what would happen next to each character, even the despicable ones.
Sy was my favorite with Manny a close second.
Yes, but at the same time, it was a book that I didn't want to end.
Being that this was my first experience with an audiobook, I didn't know what to expect. I was extremely pleased to find that the pace of the narration was perfect for following the plot and I also liked the fact that the characters were easily distinguishable, just by their voices. I have since ordered two more audiobooks.
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