The precision of historical records and following datelines were amazing. The writer accomplished a feat of fact and fiction keeping it well in balance and also maintaining a point of "Whats gonna happen next".
The Hopkins, what a terror those two were.
The first play
No. This is time taking experience. I believe it would take a solid week to hear all in one sitting
this is part 2. If you do not read Blackout first, you will be totally lost
Adding past history to the basis of the characters made it very interesting.
The events that happen coincide within a good time line of WWII.
I've not listened to John's performances before. I thought he did a good job in developing each character. I'll have to read his other book about the werewolves in America and see how it compares to the original story.
A history of the werewolves
This was a good listen and flowed well. It kept me interested in the story, The ending with a good lesson is always a good way to end a book
I would explain the heroes and change the before and now's to fit.
I likes St George. He had plenty of values and was not about to change any of his principles for the situation
I found the characters were not explained enough. A meir mention of them and there abilities from time to time was confusing. This part and jumping back and forth also muttled the story for me. All in all, it came together well. I was not expecting the story to end with this one battle. I felt that it should have gone on beyond the last chapter. Without giving anything away, I won't go into any moor details.
This is by far the highest ratings that I can give an audio book.
I liked the never ending situations that Z ended up in.
The very beginning. " Is that a hand?" I liked the humor added in to make this book a
I laughed a lot.
This audio was hard to stop listening to. Even to take a break. The last time that happened, was with the Eragon and Harry Potter series. I highly recommend this audio. It is well worth the time.
I love the characters. The confusion and hurt of Hawk' The hurt and betrayal of Kate's past love, and the shrewdness of the blacksmith kept everything up in the air.
I hate giving away anything in Books. It ruins parts for everyone who reads or listens to stories. There is one part on being a mid wife that brings out the differences and advances in medicine.
No. This was the first one.
No. I listen to the audio stories while commutting
I could imagine living in castles. Now I would love to go there and see the place for myself.
I would and have recommended this one to several people
I thought the writer brought this to a nice conclusion. Nothing was left unanswered.
No. I read books at lunch, and listen to audio when I'm in transit.
When i started this trilogy, the first book left me flat for the most part. However, I was curious about the characters. It kept getting better, or (did that just happen). I just had to find out what was next. I'm glad that I did.
Yes, the writer made the fact seem plausible. Very interesting.
I will definitely read his other book.
Probably not. I liked this story, but not enough to hear again
I like the miniatures. I wish they kept a couple around
I liked Sandy, She was a strong woman with a clear attitude towards what she wanted to do with her life. If there is a book 2, I bet she'll find the solution to the moats problem
Just about the gift ship and ambassadors. I was expecting to take another direction.
This writer is becoming my favorite rapidly.
I really enjoy the total story line.
The dog has a down to earth way of thinking.
I would do the whole series.
The Druid and the witches.
10. What a creative book
the Dog. He brings back common sence
His character portrail was excellent. You could definetly identify with each person
No. I use audio books to travel with. The make drive time shorter
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