This is the lamest, slowest story ever. Things pop up that you've never heard of. Stupidity is rampant. Instead of just doing what a normal person would do the heroine just talks and talks and talks and eats a lot of yogurt. I counted at least three scenes already where she eats yogurt???? ARGH Don't torture yourself. Choose something else. Patricia Briggs maybe?
Yes but with a warning...there is no back and forth with these narrators. Even the sound levels are different. One almost too loud and the other way too soft.
I'm not sure who would enjoy this book. The Ilona Andrews story was good but the others seemed like filler to me.
Brandon Sanderson, Warbreaker.
Some of them
A lot of them
I perhaps could take one without the other but both seem to be insurmountable. That is all I can say
The complexity of the continuing story line and the action/adventure with real characters. Marsters is awesome.
I love this narrator. I believe he is the best I have ever heard. I also loved the last book from this author and the same narrator...HOWEVER, I am half way through and making myself listen. Cannot stand one more scene of torture and violence. Its just one after another after another. Unrelentingly violent and slow...so slow. The best way I can describe it is....Know how some romance authors take a lot of graphic sex and link those scenes loosely with narrative?? This book like that with violent interludes. Putting it down!
A very excellent addition to the Thursday Next series. There were some slow moments toward the beginning but as a lover of this series I can be forgiving---plus it picked right up!
You'll love it.
I won't bother to download any books by this author again. I thought at first I had gotten a young adult edition or something but then there was a lot of hinting at homosexuality and sexuality in general. No sex, mind you. That might have spiced things up some but just hints. Then there were some pretty gruesome descriptions of what they did to traitors so I figure it isn't meant to be puerile and juvenile on purpose. Just say NO. Save your credits.
I've already read this series (except for the newest one) and was apprehensive about the complexity of the story line and my ability to keep the characters straight in the audio version. I was even a little uncertain about the accent of the narrator when I listened to the sample! I decided to try it anyway b/c I don't have time to re-read the series before I read the last, newest book and wanted to refresh my memory on some long car trips.
I am so pleasantly surprised--Dotrice makes the characters easy to keep separate and his accent adds to the story instead of detracting. I'm thrilled with it and just hope he continues to read the other books in the series! Go for it, you won't be disappointed.
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