I started this series as this book was released, so I was able to listen to all the books in the series. This one really ties things up nicely. Great action, espionage, and a little romance.
I can't wait for the next book in the series.
I found it pretty boring and lacking in substance. I kept waiting for some actual advice.
I also got "The Only Negotiating Guide You'll Ever Need" and found it to be very useful in negotiating and handling people at work.
While listening to this book I was constantly suprised how many of these tactics had been used on me over the years without my knowledge. I now feel more comfortable to deal with negotiations and dealing with conflicts too. I actually look forward to them.
The story is good, and I loved the first two books. Unfortunately for this audio version they chose a new voice actor. He may be great for other books for Lords of the North he's awful. All priests sound like Monty Python parodies and the Danish King sound like an fawning effeminate danish smurf. The main character sounds like an emo. I barely got through the book and will be buying the print version to erase these characterizations from my mind.
This is my first non-graphic Gaiman novel and it's fantastic.
This is my first book by this author and I am very happy with it. The story is fascinating. The narration is the best I've heard in any audio book. I ride a motorcycle to commute betweek 3-4 hours a day and this book has made the time fly.
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