Vancouver, WA, United States | Member Since 2012
Very near the top
Dresden is such a fun character and in this book he becomes even more so.
Bob the skull.
Life is a journey, time is a river and the door is ajar. Best Dresden novel so far.
I have and will again.
I would have spent less time on minutia and speed it along. This story line lags and sadly that seems to be the way of this series. Lawhead uses two thirds of the book on boring banter and slow plot moments only to get to the point in the last few chapters.
Yes, the story is ungodly slow but I was just interested enough in the outcome that I kept at it.
Not likely. I rarely re-read a book unless it's absolutely incredible and or there is so much time between sequels that I need to refresh the story in my mind.
The old God's may be on food stamps but they still hold the keys to the fates of men.
This was a fun read. The story was very good even if the prose was less than I would expect from Card. It was a little too predictable and the narration was amateur in it's delivery but... it was a page turner and well worth the credit.
This is a wonderful book! Great characters, amazing story and an amazing performance by Stephn Pacey make this one of my audible favorites. The only drawback for me was the use of modern swearing in a fantasy setting but I got over it quickly. Say one thing for this book, say it's a must read.
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