Yes, I would listens again, I enjoyed this book
I think I could compare this title to the Orion series, there is a lot of space travel and exploration in both
I like Stefan Rudnicki, he is a very good narrator for truck drivers because he keeps his voice at a fairly constant volume, which is nice because I don't have to keep fooling with the volume control while I'm driving
No, I'm generally not an emotional person
Absolutely, I love lee child, I have only heard a few of his jack reacher novels, but they're great! I'm never dissapointed with lee child
The part where jack saves the boy and his mother from Paul and his devious pleasures, how he wasn't afraid to give his life to save others, like a good soldier offers his life to save innocent people.
I'm a truck driver, the cab of my truck can get noisy, I would much appreciate if he wouldn't drop his voice so much, he gets very hard to hear sometimes, unlike Scott brick or jay Snyder who are very nice to listen to when I'm driving
Yep! But I break it up over several days, because like I said, I'm a driver and I like to listen to a good exciting book to keep me awake when I get sleepy
Great work lee child! Love all your books!
It kept me on my toes and guessing, I was never sure what was coming, I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
I'm not sure what to compare it to, I've never listened to or read another book like this one
I don't know if I had a favorite part, I enjoyed the whole book other than the end here the mad scientist was growing more of the weeds and selling it as drugs, that part was a bit disturbing
No, it was not that kind of book for me
Preston and child are my favorite duo, they never disappoint
I liked this book because of all the ways Orion rescued and trained the people he came across including the Neanderthal, Ben Bova has a good imagination
Most memorable part for me was where Orion got to see the Neanderthals in their home before the wars and finally saw who he was really fighting the whole time
I like the character that he brings to the people in the story, something I can't do for myself
I really enjoyed this book
I liked the fact that there was a vampire helping him kill other vamps, and teachiñg him that u can't judge people by what they are, u gotta reserve judgement until u know the person before u can pass judgement on anybody
When Abe avenged his mothers death by killing the vampire who poisoned her
My favorite scene was the gang war between the different vampire groups
No not really,
I'm kinda waiting to see the movie
Yes, James Patterson created a masterpiece with this book
Hue was my favorite character, he was the main character and the story was written around his life
Yes, I was moved almost to tears when hue found Sophie only to have her die in his arms
I do like the end of the story how the king sets all things right
A true masterpiece!!!
I like the way a 20th century boy overcame 9th century problems, problems he was ill prepared to face, but he never gave up no matter the odds against him
I love Stefan Rudnicki, I don't believe I have ever been dissapointed with any of his performances.
Yes, some things made me laugh, the widows tricks were pretty funny
I would to see more stories like this one
Probably middle of the road, not quite up there with john rain series, but above the other monster books I've heard
Yes I think I would try another book, I rather enjoyed the first and third books in the series, I also enjoyed hard magic, other than the narrator
Earl, although he didn't play as big a role as I would have liked
I'm waiting to see the next one
All of it! I love the husband wife duo! I like all the close calls and narrow escapes, as well as the ingenious modes of escape.
I can compare it with "the navigator" much the same story, evil rich guy has visions of grandeur and power only to have his plans spoiled by the good guys, but I loved it.
Scot Brick has a gift, not only for telling the story but for giving the characters their personality and voice, without sluring to accomplish the goal. 5 stars for Scott Brick
Keep up the great work Clive, I look forward to all your books
Larry Correia, certainly! Bronson Pinchot, not so much, I was a bit disappointed with the way he slurs.
I wasn't really disappointed with the story, a bit less than I come to expect from him though
The performance could have been much better if Bronson didn't slur so much to give the characters their voices, but perhaps that's the only way he can do it, not everyone has the gift like some other narrators have
Delila becoming a zombie, although he did rescue that scene with her heroic death.
A decent story, but ot quite what I expect from Larry.
Report Inappropriate Content