Nazi's, magic, and phyco-science, who would have thought you could go wrong? This was decent but got really bizarre. Found myself 3/4 way through wanting to stop but pushed forward to see the ending.
Of all the series, this has been my favorite. The history of the characters that unfolds was wonderful.
For the most part this was really good book. But toward the end if became a little boring. I still enjoyed getting an indepth look into what those who sacrifice for our country go through.
I really enjoyed this book. The author seems to have done his research into the panthion of gods and Irish culture. Also the character development is great, after some time you could identify with the character in todays society.
This story was not as as good as the previous but still a good listen. If you have read/listened to the series then by all means this is one to continue the saga.
I have not read the printed version so cannot comment on this.
The story is dated in regards to the sci-fi of today, but still offers a good listen. The story is pretty good but seems lacking in some places. The author goes into great detail at one point but then will move the story along skipping what seems to be relevant material. Overall though I still say it was worth the listen.
Scott did a good job with the material at hand. Still kind of dry.
This was a very technical look at Edison's inventions, not so much about the man himself. I had recently read a book on Nikola Tesla and found it fascinating, so I wanted to find out more about his rival, Thomas Edison. To my disappointment, the author never mentions then name Tesla, much less the war of currents. This was a defining major event in both inventors lives, it is why we use AC electricity today. It is what shaped the electrical industry the world, and no mention. Also the author was very biased toward Edison. I am glad I listened but could have cut out about 2/3 of the book and got the same amount information.
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