I loved the characters and the overall story.
The fact that it was a clever combination of a post apocalyptic world where magic users play a large role was new to me. I haven't come across much in the way of non-science related characters operating in a post-apocalyptic world. It was a very pleasant setting that made the way for an intriguing story.
Logan Tom - Dick Hill performed Logan Tom very well. Some of the other characters were less believable and the way he sighed trying to give the characters just a bit more depth was a nice try but the sighs and tones of his voices just after the sighs (I first noticed it when he was speaking as the Indian Servant of the Word Two-Bears) got tiring and just I was more aware of the sigh than the story. It took me out of the story a good bit.
No. I listened to it in bits on my commute to work in the mornings and afternoons.
The book was great! I highly recommend it to anyone. Dick Hill wasn't a bad narrator, but he wasn't an awesome narrator. He did the job and did it well, but his female voices and occasional sighing before or after lines where the sigh was appropriate were distractions from the book.
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