I would indeed listen to Dirty Magic again. It was a fun story. It had an interesting protagonist in the form of Kate Prospero. It was well written and very well performed.
I enjoyed the characters the most. They were all interesting, but believable people within the provided setting.
Morgan Hallett helped make Kate seem even more alive.
There wasn't a particular moment, but the relationship between Kate and her younger brother was very touching.
I loved how Peter Clines told this interesting tale of the Ex-Heroes. It showed there was plenty of life left in this series and I hope for many more entries.
Unfortunately saying my most memorable moments would be spoilers.
The three words I'd pick to sum up Kenobi are: Personal, Western and Emotional.
He brings the characters of the story to life with excellent voice acting. Especially Kenobi himself.
The talented group of voice actors made an excellent book become even better.
Without spoiling things I will say the moment things become clear exactly what is going on.
They bring the various characters to life.
I love the setup of superheroes fighting zombies after the fall of the country. I love how there is a small community of survivors they are protecting.
It is a tie between the Mighty Dragon and Stealth. Mighty Dragon because he is a hero of strong moral character. Stealth just because she is awesome.
I loved that it was an epic capstone to the adventures of Luke, Leia and Han. That it felt like the torch was truly passed on to the next generation of characters.
He brings an excellent range of voices to help flesh out well loved characters.
Excellent Supernatural Thriller.
I would compare Skinwalker to the Dresden Files books or the Walker Papers.
She really captured the spirit of Jane Yellowrock and the side characters.
I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys good Star Wars stories and spy stories.
I'm not sure of what books I would compare this to, but I think a good comparison is the TV show Leverage. Wraith Squadron works along similar lines running cons to get revenge against corrupt individuals.
I would indeed listen to Scoundrels again. It was amazingly written by Timothy Zahn and well voiced by Marc Thompson. The addition of music and sound effects really enhanced the listening experience.
I can't specifically think of any other books I'd compare this book to, but I would say it is one of Zahn's best Star Wars novels.
It is a toss up between Han Solo and Lando Calrissian. He really capture both characters voices and mannerisms very well.
Ocean's 11 Meets Star Wars
I can not recommend this book to Star Wars fans enough. Even fans of heists in general might enjoy this book.
The narrator used a good variety of voices and injected personality into the voices he created.
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