Cold Days ranks in the top 5% of all the audiobooks I have listened to so far. Better than Jack Campbell, Orson Scott and the rest. Keep James Marsters as the Narrator. Marsters is the cream of the crop for narrators.
Nope, I usually wouldn't read something like this but the television show caught my interest and then when they canceled I read all the book 1 through 11 in like 2 months and then.....
I like the internal dialogue of Dresden but I think the Cat was good....
Many moments got me laughing, shocked, and on the tip of my seat wondering...
Keep on writing this series Mr. Butcher and lets keep James Marsters...I would even pay more for Marsters like $10.00 more if I had a choice between to narrators.
Castle in the Air ranked amongst the top 25%.
The author didn't settle for the norm and completely changed things around. It was funny and interesting. This was a refreshing...
The ability to use accents.
The style of the author flows and the the stories remind me something out of the Arabian Nights. Nothing is what it seems and yet it is simple...clever and full of charm. This is the kind of tale you expect to read near a fire.
Easy to listen to with no distractions.
No. I usually like to prolong the experience I am not of the same mind as Edgar...I don't believe a book must be read in one sitting.
This is a charming book and will not leave you with disappointment in either the story or the characters.
I would say that Invincible: The Lost Fleet: Beyond the Frontier ranks among the top 10% of all the audiobooks I have listened to so far. This is good storytelling that has science fiction, physics, intrigue, and politics all rolled up neatly keeping the reader interested all the time.
I can't compare this to another series. To me this is very original. This isn't like Old Mans War or Star Trek or Star Wars.
Christian Rummel is able to change his voice without distracting you and also doing it accents and female and male tones...It makes me wonder how he remembers the different voices because some characters don't talk very much like once or twice a book and yet they match.
No, I was constantly anticipating different things so it was more like that.
I can't wait for the next book.
I would not listen to Ender's Game again because I like to hear other new stories and books.
The ending of Ender's Game was surprising. I think the very conclusion was not polished and was rushed to give the reader or listener some answers which Mr. Card would later make more books. Many of the comments about his other books give me concern..
such as broken timelines and recommendations to not read the books in the order in which Mr. Card wrote them. Some readers stated that the books felt like short stories put together.
My favorite scene was not the conclusion to the formic wars (I will not go in depth on that because it would ruin it) but on Ender dealing with the constant unfair treatment at the battle school and his ability to lead "Dragon" to victories even in the face of overwhelming odds.
When Ender went back to Earth and talked with his Sister.
I'm very hesitant to read anymore of his books. People seem to like them but what I see seems too disappointing. I'm not going to read to find out what happens like seeking answers I want to be entertained not disappointed because the author can't do as well as he did the first time...
Romance, Mystery, Intrigue
When Diana Bishop meets her father.
When Diana Bishop discovers that she is also a weaver.
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