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Oliver Wyman's performance is top notch as always. He portrays most of the characters as if they had their own separate actors doing the voices, making each unique.
My biggest hangup was the overused flashbacks. Switching between up to six or so groups/time periods, if I remember right. Was off-putting and a little confusing at times.
The action was good and the backgrounds of the characters were consistent with the previous books. This book unlike the previous books did not focus on Pitt but on Harbinger instead, which I didn't mind too much. I loved Harbinger and his interactions with Heather. Overall good listen.
Sure, I loved the series as well as this book.
Her performance with this series fits perfectly. It just wouldn't be the same with anyone else. If I were to read any book with these characters, I would only be hearing Lorelei's interpretation in my head.
I was able to tare myself away for sleep, food, and work, but that was about it.
Fun, action packed.
The variety of characters with their wide range of personality as well as the vivid action scenes.
When Skippy tells Ed to throw the elf Tonya from the helicopter, to placate the rotor spirits.
Oh yes, I had a hard time taking breaks.
I love everything about this world and its characters. I've even read the short story "Tanya: Princess of the Elves". Hope more Monster Hunter books come soon.
One of the best. Tons of action and dead monsters.
The lead "Z" is still my fav, but not by much, because I really liked all the characters.
I almost did, but I have to eat and sleep sometime.
Absolutely, Between the excellent voice acting and the action packed writing I couldn't stop listing to it for more than a few hours.
The lead character, "Z" was my fav. Him and the other characters have a life of their own, due in part to the performance of Oliver.
Evil Looms, Cowboy Up.
If you like action, guns, monster killing, and bad assery. Then this is the book for you.
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