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Everything. Classic Rudnicki
The book is great, but like many an OSC book in a series, there is absolutely no way you could follow this one and have a complete understanding of the story without reading the first book. As a reader, I get the distinct impression that OSC writes the story first, and then chops them up into separate books to make them more easily digestible. This one is no different; it begins as if you just sat the first book down to grab a drink and you're picking up where you left off. It's is great, but I I highly recommend listening to the the first book,or at least the last few chapters, to get a sense of the story first. It took me a while to remember all the details.At any rate, still great. Waiting for the next Mithermages series installment!
the complexity of characters and the detail with which they were described and brought to life by the author and the narrator.
Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman
the drama that a professional brings. I hear the different voices in my head as I read, as most do, but hearing it done by a professional, with the specific tone and inflection intended by the author makes the book that much more enjoyable.
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