Brent Weeks has done really well with the second book in this series. The characters continue to pull you in and make you care what happens to them. The narrator does not detract from the story instead helps pull you into the world. I will say that the situations and language are not fit for your kids so if you are easily offended I would stay away. This is not to say that the book is riddled with objectionable material, it is not. I would recommend it whole heartedly.
Hammered, along with the other Iron Druid books are great. This gives a fresh view to some classic character types. It also gives some humor that will cause you to burst out in laughter at times. This is written well, narrated well and I wouldn't mind if there were 10 more books in the series.
I prefer Brandon Sanderson and Brent Weeks and George R. R. Martin, but mostly due to genre. This is the first western I have listened to and I like it alot, so I would consider it near the top of non Sci Fi stories I have listened to.
The story kept my attention 100%. It was never about anything and it was about everything all at the same time. It was a slice of time from the past and that past was rough, unforgiving, and downright cruel at times.
If you need a change of pace, or a long entertaining read then Lonesome Dove fits the bill.
Bronson Pinchot narrates the story very well and the magical system is unique.
The characters from the Monster Hunter books made me like the story as much as the story itself. I don't find the characters as endearing in this book.
Well read with varying voices for the different characters.
What happens when magical abilities and WW1 are combined.
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