Pretty good series....
Last book was good, ending?
Well, like I said earlier Pretty Good series.
Narrator, was fairly good. But like all of us... He had his moments.
Do not get your hopes up too high on this one...
Being that I read / listened all the books in the series and have come to realize there are some books that are "fillers" until a good story line is written. Well this is such a book. A Filler.
It's not bad, it's worth a credit but not to buy "unless" you are a true Terry Goodkind fan and wish to add this to your collection. I myself fall into this category.
If you are not a fan, start with the first book in the series. You will not be disappointed. If you start with this book, it may leave you scratching your head and asking what's all the fuss about.
For those "TG" fans, this is a good book to listen to while on a plane, bus or ready to go to bed. It's starts off slow, picks up a tad, slows back down, picks up near the end and will leave you wondering... Is that it?
I must admit was a little hesitant on reading / listening to this book.
Like most men (at least I like to think anyway), we want and enjoy pleasing our woman (for some of you women). And if there is a technique other than trial and error that would guide us, I'm willing to listen.
That being said...
The book starts off Ok to slow then it moves to the juicy parts.
General in some areas, while the medical terms of the female anatomy were interesting (still cannot recall the names (smiling)) I was more interested in the meat of the subject (excuse the pun).
Finally, we got there... Some of the information I knew but there was quite a bit I did not know and recalling conversations in the past with some of the boys they didn't know either.
If you know you're good now, this book will make you a Force!
It's worth the buy for anyone who wants to make sure his/ her lady comes first.... Period!
After practicing /executing some of the techniques mentioned, you and your partner will not be disappointed. ;-)
What A Day, If Day 2 is anything like Day 1… Then Hold On!
First, I must admit I was little hesitant to write a review concerning this book called “The Name of the Wind: Kingkiller Chronicles, Day 1”.
But after reading a number of reviews on any number of books and being burnt on more than just a few, it was refreshing to listen to a book that was somewhat accurate to most of its reviews.
In a word, this book is - Entertaining!
Grant you, it starts off a little slow but makes up for it later.
The characters in the book complement Cvothe extremely well and they are believable.
The story of a boy coming into his own is a common theme, but rarely is it told in a way that most can relate to and look back fondly on.
If you are looking for something entertaining to listening to, then add this one to the list.
I likened it to a good chess game that you do not wish for it to end… At least not just yet…
Jim Butcher has does it again!
First, I must say that I am relativity new (about 8 months) and have read / listen to all of Jim Butcher's books.
Second, if you have not read any of the Dresden Files...
Then start with the first one, as with many series books the foundation is laid early.
Third, if you're a religious person then you may take issue with a few things. Just remember like most good books a little bit a truth mixed in with fiction often provides for good entertainment.
In short, this is a Great series of books and the narrator is Awesome throughout the series.
Why? If you've listen to a number of audio books that are series based that have different narrators - It often detracts from the enjoyment.
Simply put James Masters is Humorous and Believable throughout the series.
Series is Highly Recommended!!!
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