The entire story seemed as something of an intro to a great horror story. The narrator is what held my interest, as the story although short was a bit slow.
Getting a deeper look inside each character without having the story drag.
Perfect storyteller for this series.
Too many to name. No dull moments.
Get swept away into an ancient and futuristic adventure full of common yet amazing people. The demons keep coming but the fighting is never predictable or boring.
There were many.
Pete is a great narrator, however I listen versus read based on my schedule. What a bad narrator can do is dull my interest in a story. Pete was captivating!
The narrator's skill in distinguishing each character and making their experiences memorable. As there are a lot characters and a lot going on with each one, making the story great because it isn't centered around just one hero.
Yes, this book had it all!
A great beginning and a great ending!
It's hard to choose.
Yes and no. It was something to look forward to hearing.
Robin is an awesome narrator, every character had their own voice and energy.
Disappointed. The ending seemed rushed and was too typical like a made for TV horror movie.
His voice was a bit mechanical.
It starts off very interesting, but when the opportunity for true horror arrives the story rushes passed the moment. Until the rushed ending I did enjoy it.
Narrator is one dimensional. No range, or depth to distinguish characters.
Robin Miles, Peter Bradbury, Stephen King
Maybe it was a good story, but the Narrator killed it.
I really regretted this purchase.
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