This is the third book in the Monster Hunter series, very entertaining, great story .
Oliver Wyman's performance is great, he is an asset to this story.
if your a Jim Butcher fan and you have ran out of Dresden files books to read. This series is a good substitute, and just as entertaining as any I have listened to recently.
Intellengent, well written
this book has a different look to the future of mankind. I think I could compare it to some of A C Clark's concepts altought the writing style is better and modern.
Great accents, complimented the book...
I was pleasantly surprised that this book set in Africa, it was good to read a book with an international setting.
I read this book when it came out, liked it better than the audio version.
this is a dark and violent book, clever and fun and dark and sad.
i didn't care for this performance, I don't think he matched this book's dark and tortured content.
yes, read thru these books quickly, took about two days to listen to it.
this plot is done over and over, young man's rise to power despite his tragic childhood. bloody and violent content. I like it when I first read the book but didn't enjoy the audible version.
Best Reacher yet.
Book eighteen and still we see old Reacher developing and he might just settle down. Turn into a regular person, get a job and a family, work for a living....not going to happen.
Dick Hill performance is great as usual.
Reacher almost struggles with his humanity, just when you think Reacher might consider being normal he doesn't disappoint.
I haven't listened to all of this series, but this has been the best so far ...
I love the epic long books, when they are well written you feel like you get your credits worth.
Great story, something new and fresh.
Yes have listened to both Kate Reading and Michael Kramer before, they both preform as usual. It helps that the book is part of a great series.
Great book, from cover to cover, well worth the credit....
I would compare this book with Dune, to Hyperion, the Hobbit. Although different from these books they take you on a journey, a quest. These types of books keep you interested, and give your mind something new and fresh.
Kvoth, he is flawed, vaine, smart, stupid, proud... Human.
A great listen, and read, I am planning to buy this book just to add it to my small collection. Well worth a credit, can't wait for the next in the series.
well written and researched, great story, from the first chapter till the last.
Yes, knowing nothing of Ernest Hemmingway's life, it was an educational and interesting story. while some was obvious speculation on Simmon's part. You the listener could believe such a great story was possible.Loved the book, was not disappointed, listened to it twice...
well worth a credit
Yes, Charles Keating always does a great job. Well worth a credit....
The battle of Agincourt, the research is essential in the telling of this story. Most historical novels don't keep my attention because of the lack of detail.
Keating was the perfect choice......
Nick Hook, for me was the most memorable, Cornwell weaves a story around the life of a nineteen year old archer, educates him and the reader about 15th century life and politics.
Well worth the credit.
Hockenberry is my favorite character, the average guy, in over his head. He just wants to survive and at the same time, screw the gods.
Not my favorite narrator, Simon Vance would have been a better choice.
Homer and the rest would probably hate this story, but I liked it. Simmons is not afraid to take on Dickens, Homer, Hemingway, or anybody else. He makes the average writer look bad, sometimes I think he is just showing off. Time will tell if people are still reading his books two hundred years from now. Classic Simmons, playing havoc with the classics.
Report Inappropriate Content