I am new to downloading audio but I've been listening to audiobooks from back when they were on tape. This book translates very well into audio. For the most part first person viewpoint. Vivid detail, nail biting adventure, romance (just enough to make it believable that the protagonist would go to the ends of the Earth to accomplish his goal), a bit of humor and room for many,many sequels. Did I mention how much I enjoyed the narration? Ben Browder does a wide range of voices but even better he creates that special character to listener bond. Hope he continues to do audio work
Wow. A genuinely different take on Shakespeare and his works. I don't want to give away too much so I'll just day this is one of the most enjoyable alternate history stories I've come across. I also enjoyed the detail of giving Shakespeare and his family those Warwickshire northern kind of accents. A lot of attention to detail and now I need to know where the author takes it in the next book.
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