I never listen to a book more then once. Some say that you "miss" things when you read but I don't miss a thing. Maybe way in the future I might read something when I can't remember if I read it, but that's rare.
It's about the same as the others, kids in trouble, kids get out of trouble, kids set up for next book. In this series he kind of shoves the "greenie weenie" message a little hard.
Need more range
No, not really, I looked foreword to the times when I could listen but I wasn't compulsive about it.
Put the last book of the series out on Audible.com first!
This book should have been about how the grand master learned to discover his ability. Then the next one could have been him kicking butt. I want more action and less coming of age.
A wonderful mix of sci fi and mysticism! I was honored to be a part of it.
I didn't read the original in print.
It's like all the Sec-Op books but not in this case because they are fighting men and monsters.
The man and woman were base jumping in the dark tunnel when one of the "things" dropped onto the man's chute and he in turn dropped on the lady and they hit the floor with the "Thing" under them and she got up and forgot to tell him what was under him. I could just see his face when he found what he was lying on!
Not really, I wanted to savor it over a couple of nights. Sort of like a bedtime story. But that is how I listen to all books from Audible.
Now I have to go back and read the first book!
From the first well crafted (and well voiced) word I was a captive of the narrative. No background filling, do other tasks while half listening for me. I was transfixed and transported to every location and could quite literally see through the character`s eyes. If part two is half what part one was I will be overjoyed to receive it!
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