Imaginative, exciting, friends
I don't have one, they are all old friends. Surprisingly, Thomas, a vampire is one too.
Bob, I think. James Marsters sounds like a completely different person. He takes me back to my childhood because Bob sounds a lot like the Great Kazoo from the Flintstones cartoons.
Completely different from the TV show. Karen Murphy was not the Karen Murphy in the books.
One thing I especially liked about Jim Butchers books has been they have minimal swearing. This book has gone beyond his norm. If this trend continues, I will have to leave the books on the shelf rather than bring them home.
There is far less swearing than many best sellers. The frequency of the F bomb has increased for his books.
I enjoyed this story. I purchased it after finding the author is actually JK Rowling.I've enjoyed the characters and the ending. It clearly is a book made for sequels.Ms Rowling's wriing has improved over time. I refer to the way Harry Potter kept parroting lines in the book. This device is long gone.My only critiicism is this, why all the F-bombs? Just because it's called adult fiction, must authors stoop to the level of motion pictures and infuse course language and intimate sexual situations and references to be classified as "adult"?
Yes I would read other stories of JK Rowling with the character Cormorant Strike. It was actually a pretty good story.
Any involving Robin and Cormorant.
The lead character definitely allows sequels.
Please alter your question concerning Robert Galbraith. The world now knows it is JK Rowling and with this knowledge purchases soared.
I would recommend it to friends. I enjoyed the historical perspective/ setting.
I was a bit disappointed. I didn't see an ending coming. I felt it ended abruptly.
Richard, It was called the Lionheart after all.
It's possible but I haven't a clue as to whom to cast as actors.
I was surprised a book called LionHeart should spend so much time with the women in this historical fiction. Some of my favorite Sharon Kay Penman books, the Queen's Man series, The Reckoning, and Here Be Dragons are books I eagerly look forward to purchase from Audible in the future.
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