I'd recommend it to anyone of my friends who enjoys smooth story telling with a fandom for modern science fiction
It's a great read for anyone who is a fan of modern science fiction and psychological references, so I would absolutely suggest it to at least a few of my friends who are fans of the genre.
Very smooth story telling with some very emotionally effective speaking. He also did a very good job at defining each different character with his speech which is always very good.
"A jump into action and adventure."
This was wonderful I have to say, it's potentially my favorite in the series with all of the humor I've come to love of the series and all of the semi-horror.
I especially like the way the author ended the story with his notes and epilogues, and it has to be said that the reader (Nicholas Guy Smith) has done an excellent job of bringing the whole varied cast of characters to life.
I absolutely would, the story telling in it was stunning. The ideas themselves are refreshing and the characters are each so clearly individual people that you can't help but pick and choose your favorites feeling a real commitment and emotions for them.
I found myself rooting for the knights, and listening to section of the story with my breath held while waiting for the results.
This is an excellent story for anyone who enjoys a more modern feeling fantasy that will captivate them.
Without a doubt the best part of Hard Magic that really left me on the edge of my seat was near the end while Fae and Toshiko fought on the imperial warship. The unpredictability of the battle and the internal dialogue that came from Fae not only made it exciting but it was comical for just a moment as well.
The results of the battle were so brilliant and elegant with how it neatly wrapped up a part of the story and made for a wonderful and memorable metaphor.
He is an excellent story actor, listening to him really helped me lose myself in the story especially with his distinct voices for each character. There were parts of the story when I forgot that I was listening to a single dictation and it felt like a whole cast, he has a wonderful voice.
This book made me giggle in public which was very embarrassing but completely worth it, and it also had times when I would hold my breath stopping what I was doing anxiously listening for what would happen next.
After listening to the Monster Hunter series I was already counting myself amongst Larry Correia's fans, this book has galvanized that feeling.
I'm still a huge fan of the Monster Hunter books and I recommend them to anyone who wants a fun story, but it seems to me that the Hard Magic series is a serious refinement of his talents. I can't wait for his next story!
Yes, it was very enthralling and I lost my self in it quite readily thus it was very relaxing
In the later Chapters Diana being to stand for herself and discovers how powerful she is in her own right, it's impressive.
She has a melodic tone of voice that is perfect for the more emotional moments of the story.
The entire Halloween scene made me smile ear to ear.
A great listen for fans of deeply developed fantasy and romance with just a dash of historical and scientific relevance!
I love how in depth the story reached, touching on topics that most people would have never suspected to have thought in a world of zombies.
I don't recall her name, but the fighter pilot lost in the woods was incredible!
Each actor bought their own unique spin to each character and an intensity to their performance.
The ending to the Redeka story shocked me entirely.
If you're debating whether or not to listen to this one stop worrying and just do! Even if you've already read the novel listing to the voice crew adds a whole new effect!
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