Yes but this book will make me hesitant.
Not sure. May be new lee child jack reacher novel.
Versatile, pleasing, can't think of the word but theatrical
Mundane stuff and constant love conversations, tried too hard to build the tension between sabbaths and Locke. Tried to make up for lack of background in first two books.
First two books were very good. This book lacked the every chapter interest and had the feeling of a spacer book in the series.
No. Too simple. The characters have no depth and just go along with life altering paths without any questions.
Sounded like they recorded sentences in no order and then pieced then together.
Loki. Why bring the kid? Makes no sense.
I did not finish the book. When you can't even listen to it on the way home then you need to return it.
Yes, only for a friend looking for a book to listen to but not someone who wanted a book with a good story.
Yes, but after this one I would only gravitate towards his books if I just wanted something to listen to in the car.
Ralph Lister's performance was solid and he portrayed all the characters well. He ability to change from Demi-God to lowly farm hand was impressive.
Yes but only because the story took so long to come together. The book starts in the middle almost, dropping you in the middle of a very integral conflict. Making you piece together puzzle of what happened. I was forced to listen twice to a few chapters after the fact to make sure I did not miss a characters name or position. It may be reader error but I am not a fan of a book where you are forced to deal with a lack of meaningful prologue.
The series is supposed to be better after the first book because the characters continue. You learn to enjoy the Captain and Whiskey Jack but it takes the book. Which is probably how they would be in real life: you don't enjoy their company but then you start to appreciate the gruff.
Yes, well written with a plot and story with good detail and ending did not feel rushed.
Main Character. Has presence and is true to him self. The child dropped off by his father is the man at the end. You understand who he is and why he has chosen his path. There is no question about his character and who he is.
No. First Steven Brand's performance.
The ending. His simplistic and stoic view of where he wants to be and single-minded direction is one of the reasons I enjoyed his character.
On a level with Mistborn and The Demon Cycle. Not quite to the expansive world of Wheel of Time or A Song of Ice and Fire or even Way of Kings, Brandon Sanderson's first of the Stormlight Archive but a good beginning.
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