Yes, I would recommend this to a friend. The story which is all three books, moves along. The reader does a good job of voices and gets you into the story.
Hard to say. Vic Wingate was portrayed greatly as someone you want to hate...
His voices made you feel the character's emotions.
Hell night has cometh.
Absolutely! The best part of this is the narrator Jennifer Ikeda. She brings this book, these characters to life. A excellent finale to the series.
Without a doubt the foundation is laid for another sequel I only hope Jennifer is the reader.
The story never really got going till the very end. The ending seemed rushed. After listening to The secret of crickety hall by Herbert, which was great, this was a disappointment.
I will in the future give James Herbert another try.
Yes, his narration was good with emotions.
several, did not care for the story line.
Yes I would in order to follow the clues to what is happening.
Isobode and Phillip. The Emperor, all of them she did such a fantastic job of capturing the individual characters. The book is long and full of things the reader just would not know anything about, if the narration was not as good as it was I do not know if I would have actually read the book.
Phillip. The scene in the barn was most memorable.
The narration by Jennifer Ikeda was what made this book stand out. Well done!!
probably twilight although I didn't' read that
She made the book. Her ability was exceptional. I stayed with it because of her ability.
No. Very long and until chapter 20 or so I almost stopped.
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