A very enjoyable look inside the minds of the commanders of the armies that fought at Gettysburg. Excellent narration.
The story was cleverly written and well narrated. I found it very enjoyable with likeable characters and good narration.
Some have complained about the narration, but I enjoyed it. I think the slow pace at times is reflective of the mood of the somewhat epic story.
The first book I've listened to of Thomas Perry's, and the first book he wrote. I was entertained.
I have not listened to other John Glover's performances, but will.
I thought I'd be disappointed with a different narrator because James Marsters IS Harry Dresden. Without including a spoiler, I'll say that having a different narrator for this book echos the new perspective in the book. Glover does an excellent job!
After about 2 minutes the new narrator seemed right for the book. That's amazing since I've pretty much listened to all the books the series back-to-back over the last year, and I expected to be disappointed. And, the story is good too.
I will NEVER download a book without listening to the sample. The narrator is barely intelligible. Sarah Palin with a mouth full of Novocaine doing a bad accent.
The story, the writing, and the narration made for an enjoyable experience. My only knock is the long wait for the next installment of this series.
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