As usual Feist brings his best. My only criticism is I thought it ended abrubtly even knowing there would be a book 3. Richard Ferrone, the reader here is much less able than the reader for book one; John Meagher. Characters become much less interesting and harder to tell apart. Pronunciations are different than what I and Meagher thought them to be.
I still give it 5 stars due to my un-dieing love for FEIST
Lots of stories (books, movies, etc ...) leave you wanting more but Niven really foots the bill here and plays this story out. In a good way! My next credit will be used for a Larry Niven book ... does that tell you something!
Great characters introduced thoughtfully as the book progresses. Feels real with very little to no stretching of "the truth".
This was a great story about going after your dreams. It's very well narrated and kept my interest on my commutes home.
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