In an effort to get some background informationa bout Mexico I downloaded this book and found it excellent. It was very informative and delightful. I found myself truely engaged on a subject that I didn't expect to be.
The book really did a great job of making you feel like you were actually there. You could see the streets and feel the tension. It was intoxicating, political and creepy all at the same time.
I really enjoyed how the author made you understand the characters and understand why they made their discussions. It is critical in a book like this to understand the why.
This is my first Stephen Hoye performance, but I doubt my last.
This book showed the Nazis in the early years and even then they made my skin crawl.
The Audio edition is comparable to the Print version. It would be difficult to say which is better. I always believe that fantasy novels need maps and you lose that with audio books, but the narration really lends itself to Fantasy.
I loved that it ties up 90% of the story in depth. It may have been too much depth considering the last book was mostly filler to prepare you for this book.
Their reading was outstanding. I will look for them in the future
The ending was great and fit the characters.
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