The story is quite good. I recommed it for entertainment.
The ending is quite weak and reaks sequel - if there is none then the ending is lame.
Making money is far to similar to going postal.
It is as though Terry was rushed to meet the needs of an audience and forgot that he is an innovator rather than a follower. At least he is following an innovator (himself)
If you want to consume a book in 5 second bursts from a nasal orator then this is your guy. The story really isn't all that I hoped, however; it was far better than hearing the whining from the reader.
Once I decided I was going to listen to it only when I'm not tired and have taken time to center myself so the whining isn't tearing at my ears the story was palitable. I will consider that the author can do better, I cannot conceive that the reader can do worse.
I love all of Lawheads 'Arthur/Merlin' stories.
This is a good story as well.
What it needs is less elaboration upon the feelings and more
story at the end.
I thought that I was listening to a parody done by Monty Python
and not a real story... One needs no more than 3 (at most)
representations of the conditions of the situation. There are
cases where the count of a dozen are exceeded...
Additionally, the ending is weak... this leaves no answers to most
of the real 'mysteries' and little desire to get a subsequent
story in a series if that is the intent of the precipitous and
meaningless end of this saga.
I KNOW SRLawhead is a great writer. Let's see his real skills
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