Satisfying Ghost Story!!!
Amazing job of presenting the EVIL presence(s). A wonderful modernization of Lovecraftian suspense and satisfaction of morbid curiosity.
He's perfect. He does wonderful, subtle accents and his pacing is perfect accompaniment to the tightly crafted story
Could hardly put it down.
It's so incredibly rare to read a ghost story that both scares and satisfies. I write very few reviews but this book is so good I guarantee that anyone who likes the suspense genre will be glad they found this one!
This being the fifth in the paladin series, I am irretrievably hooked. Susan Ericksen's reading is really decreasing my pleasure, though.
It's written for adults who like sword and sorcery, not children, and as such does not stint on details of fighting, war, politics and death of good characters. Plenty of detail but unlike Game of Thrones, doesn't spend hundreds of pages of people travelling without incident.
I HAVE to listen to her read the last two books of the series but I resent it. She reads like she's reading to 6-year-olds. It's strange that she's pretty good on the dialogue but horrible on the narration. I think six-year-olds would be insulted by her condescending tone.
Sure. But it would have to be six movies at least.
Please share my comments on Susan Ericksen with her because I will really avoid her after I finish this series.
The politics are racist and fascist. The story is obvious and overblown with a lot more tell than show. The testosterone levels may give you acne. The reading is melodramatic.
More thought less ethnocentrism.
Mistake-free, smooth, melodramatic.
All of the exposition.
This story follows the current fashion of making MNCs (author's acronym: multi-national corporations) the ultimate villains stoically committing the most heinous crimes for profit.
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