Yes, I enjoyed the book - I'd listen to it again because I found the concept of a government agency that handles the creatures that lurk in the shadow, while fighting their own government bureacracy amusing.
Drop most of the jargon. I'm something of a nerd and understood most of it, but it was boring as hell hearing talk of someone "grepping" a log.
A genuine english accent.
Bureaucracy that kills.
I have not listened to any of their other performances, however found the performance to be sufficient.
The main character. He is an author self insert with few real flaws, whom is loved by everyone and is a sex-magnet for every female character in the story with a personality above "cardboard cutout".
Genuinely disliked the story, and have no idea why people found the story to be engaging at all.
Mystery Madness Marathon
The ending reveal of how the macguffin powering the plot actually worked.
The main character. He's both naive an d competent enough to make the plot work.
Bond never had to deal with Advanced computational demonology.
Despite being a sequel, I'd strongly recommend this one as a starting off point.
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