I don't listen to audio books more than once. I also don't often read books more than once. I've read this book and knew my husband would like it, so we listened to it together. He was blown away and I found myself enjoying a story I already knew.
The voice acting is superb, especially the psionic whisperings of Vlad's sidekick, Loiosh.
Clark's reading is everything you want it to be--well-paced, distinctive voicings without overacting, unobtrusive and yet layered with appropriate cadence and nuance.
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I would recommend this book to someone who had already read the rest of the series. It's nice to listen to at bedtime--I would also recommend it to insomniacs.
Nope. Kramer did okay, but Reading was not enjoyable to hear.
I'm glad this series is over. I'm glad someone read it to me while I did other things. To be fair, I'm not a fan of fighting/war scenes, and this was one long battle.
Um. Hello. Spike is *reading to me.* Need I say more???
Wizard detective in Chicago. What's not to like?
Great accent, great delivery. I didn't even mind when he mispronounced a few words.
A good friend gifted me with this book and my first audiobook subscription. I was skeptical of the whole thing and slow to even try it. I hadn't heard of the author or the book, in spite of being an avid gamer and geek myself.
I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of this - what's the audial equivalent of "page-turner?" - and have already recommended it to several people.
Having Wil Wheaton as the reader took a great book to the next level, with several meta moments, as Wil and Star Trek are both referenced in the book. A great introduction to the joys of Audible, and what it has to offer that reading to myself can't match.
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