houston, TX, United States | Member Since 2010
frustrating trying to follow, didn't finish story.... Wasn't worth my time
It sounded like religious pandering
This series has become famous, and it is a good series BUT in a story this long and intense, with this many characters and locations, the reader had to change tones and voices so much he got confused sometimes and kept reading in the wrong voice. I gave him 5 stars, something I don't usually do, because he was able to do a great job with only a few mistakes and with a series like this, I'm sure it was a lot of work.
Characters and story line are easy to follow and hold your imagination...
the reader does a good job also
You will like this series, the story and characters are inventive and held together well.
This series has a lot of characters', like, Game of Thrones, but they are easier to follow and the story line holds it together so you don't forget a character and than they show up again and your lost for awhile. Like in the Game...
The reading is well done also, he's able to change his tone for the different characters, which a lot of readers don't bother with.
Clancy and Phillips make a good team. Phillips doesn't have the voice ranges some of the other readers have when making characters come to life. He does make the story sound as if the main character is telling you what happened. Long story short, it's worth the listen...
This story was well written and performed. I learned alot about Indian life and the action kept me listening. I could stop for a few days and still pick up where I left off and get right back into it.
Eric walks you through the beginning and a few mission of Delta. Taught me allot about what those guys have to go through...
This story is like an epic movie, it takes you to several different locations and holds you into the story with good characters. If your imagination is working you can picture the places described and get into the drama and action.
This book opened my eyes to how another culture handles problems. The characters are dealing with religious, political, and societal aspects that, here in America, people just don’t think about before we take on projects.
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