This book wasn't a struggle to finish and had an interesting premise. It was not a book that I thought about for a week afterwards, but I enjoyed it while it lasted.
I don't read books, so I'm not one to ask.
Thinking of it in terms of the relationship of Castle and Becket on the TV show. Then a lot of the bravado of the character seems more endearing.
It was ok. It felt very dated.
I'm not in a rush. He didn't do much with the character of John Carter in this book.
I didn't particularly like his voice.
I loved the movie and the movie novelization was good. But the style of these books is very out of date and it makes the characters feel a bit wooden.
I don't think. It's not really deep in plot, just good stories.
Yes. I'd say it's 90% as good as his first one.
I liked when he said how all the characters are doing today.
I think you'll like his show better if you've heard the books because they make him seem more sympathetic and less cranky/egotistical. He's always witty and insightful.
If you like fantasy books a lot.
Any light-fantasy with a romantic undertone.
not that I remember.
I'll buy the next book if there is one. I hope it's a bit longer though.
I think the humor and the fact that it never got boring. Just a really fun book.
Chronicals of Oberon and his pet Druid.
extremely similar in tone to the Dresden books, but not as melancholy.
This book had high expectations to meet because of how much I liked A Dirty Job. At first I was VERY disappointed that Fisher Stevens wasn't the narrator but it soon became clear that the book was in good hands. It's a fun story and it goes fast. Not quite as good as his last book, but still wonderful.
I finished listening to this in 4 days. Fisher Stevens is hands down, the BEST narrator I've heard. I was never confused as to who the characters were and they had a lot of life to them. The story will have you in stitches but it has a satisfying arc that carries over till the great ending. Buy this audiobook.
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