I've been enjoying this series and was shocked by the change in narrator. At first I struggled along wanting to quit but hung on to enjoy another solid story by this author. I have loved David Chandler's performances and his is the voice of Cork for me. Buck Shirner does a great job but changing narrators in midstream was hard for me.
I lock into a narrator as much as the author. If I enjoy an audiobook I usually find my next book by following the narrator. Buck has a great voice and brings especially the Native American characters to life.
I bought this book because its set in my hometown of Duluth, MN
I have a long commute twice a day and no longer have time to read for fun. I can listen to audio books. This narrator did a great job.
I enjoyed the story and was unable to guess the ending. My only quibble is that the author used Duluth, MN as the setting but then didn't use the language unique to the city. For example, he called the boats 'ships.' That is a true mark of a transplant to the city.This is a tiny complaint, as the story was well done and held my attention from beginning to end. I will buy the rest of his series.
yes, I loved the main character, his personal struggles and growth.
The ending is a cliffhanger - makes me anxious for a sequel.
It's a fun and light mystery series made wonderful by a gifted narrator. I have loved each one so far.
I have over two hours in the car everyday so love my audio books. I listened to all four of the Druid Chronicles without tiring. I think Luke Daniels rates close to my favorite narrator, Jim Dale, in his ability to differentiate the voices of different characters.The story kept my interest and the characters were likable. I will look for more books by Kevin Hearne!
Atticus O'Sullivan, of course, although I loved the Indian elder from the last book also.
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