This is a book that's hard to pause! The first part is a little slow, and the pace picks up dramatically about a third of the way through - from there on, it's captivating. As an added bonus, Josephine Bailey is the best narrator you can wish for. Too bad the three sequels are not publised as audiobooks.
Rich, consuming story
The Lord of the Rings, although that work is really in a class by itself! . This work is a quest, it takes the reader from Britain, to Greenland, France, Italy and ends in Constantinople, and it has strong and unlikely central characters.
No, and I found the narrator to be excellent.
Vallon - he has a deeply hidden past, and is unpredictable.
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