Springfield, VA, United States | Member Since 2011
All I buy books based on the reader first and the author second, I know that is strange but I have falling in love with a few more books this way and found authors like Meltzer this way.
Not really moved me but one that stood out was when the Archivist was looking out his window that was interesting kind of an Ahhh moment. Sorry no spoilers….
Enjoyed this book and will look forward to reading the next installment. Funny I normally pick books based on the reader first and then the story. Scott Brick is one of the best I have heard and really look forward to his reading. Meltzer really loves history and looks at it sideways which is really interesting. It is actually really cool to learn something from a fiction book.
I picked up this story because it was on sale and figured it might be a good distraction, and it was so much so I figured I should see just what the back story is. So I am now going through the trilogy and am really having a great time. Looking to see where everything goes and how it all works out.
This is a very good book and rather interesting one to boot. I knew of the USSR and WWII but never in this way. The writer is brilliant and the way he weaves real history into the story is grand. I was not expecting to get so involved with the story but I did and happy for it. The Narrator was just great and made the 18 hour book rather fun even with the dark story line. Well worth adding to your libary.
This was a strange little book, but it was a fun one you actually wanted to finish. I get it on sale with a group and was better than I thought it would be. Dated but really good.
Not a bad story it was hard to get past the beginning which was a little slow going and many times I wanted to just stop... but I kept going and was well worth it. If you like steampunk you might like this. I enjoyed this and have moved on to the next in line.
When this book first came out I read all of the reviews and actually listened to them, boy was that a mistake. I left the book on my wish list and figured it would stay there for the foreseeable future since the reviews had me scratching my head. I am so glad I did not remove it. As I write this review I think folks are going to read this and wonder just what is he on about or what makes him a worthwhile reviewer. To be honest I listen to books because I have Dyslexia and it is difficult for me to read for a long time, that and I lose myself in books. When I start the iPhone app (sorry for the plug) I do just that I lose myself in the stories and it is a great feeling. When I listened to this and the rest of the books I was transformed to Alagaësia. Funny thing was; I found myself thinking about the story when I wasn’t listening and thinking just how is Paolini going to play everything out.
To take time to write a review is a big deal for me and to write one for this book was important especially because of the negative one’s I saw when the book first came out in 2011. The bottom line is that this book was well worth your time and I do feel if you have listened to the first three than you are going to see this is a great ending to this series. If you have not read the first three I would suggest investing in those books and enjoy the adventure that Eragon, Saphira and the rest will take you on. Alagaësia is a wonderful place to get lost in for a few hours at least.
My time was spent well, I would not say that I was in a hurry to finish it as it did drag on a bit.
READ IT YOUR SELF
Have to say the Central Park and the groaning from the backup.
A bit long and drawn out, enjoyed more of John Cory than the bad guy.
I would say every audio version is better than reading... Dyslexia sucks
The twins and billy the kidd
Yes very good voice and enjoyed every bit.
I would yes.
This was a very good ending to this series, I hope the Author will bring in some of the other players into their own adventures.
This was a very different book than I expected. Took a little to keep going but it was worth it.
I really never like to single out one over the rest, they were all good and played off each other well.
I liked McClain very much he kept me interested.
Since I am writing this a few weeks after I read it it is difficult to remember ll of the names I would like to have a one on one with the start and I would love to see just how the wife of the Doctor is.
Takes some effort to get through but well worth it.
Christopher Farnsworth's stories are now on the top of my list. That and I will be looking for Bronson Pinchot's read's he was outstanding.
This one stands on it own great new series and looking for to the rest.
All he has a great range and kept the book moving.
better than that I got the next two after the first chapter of this one.
Great new series would love to see if this makes it to a movie.
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