In many ways this is beter than R.R. Martin and Jordan. This author actually cares what the reader experiences from a readers perspective. To hell with the publishers. The world that the characters is built well enough the grasp the essence of the scenes yet not get bogged down in minutia. The ending leaves you content but wanting so much more. There is resolution but still enough loose threads to make you curious.
Cluoth was the main character and the whole story revolves around him.
It forms the basis of the saga. This episode introduces so many new characters and races that it is essential to the entire story on whole.
I can't compare this one to any others that I've listened to recently.
I liked the trips to the other world and to ancient Mexico. I didn't really like the main character. I just couldn't relate to him in a positive way. He seemed like a stupid tough guy. The other characters also did not hook me. I can't put my finger on it, but it seemed like the characters weren't developed fully.
Ancient Mexico tribes and religion and supernatural beings. The main character's love interests.
It moved quickly. I didn't care at some points.
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