Read the book thought the listen would be more exciting.
That it could be a true story based on the lifestyles of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians.
The narrator was not in character and I believe readers should at least have the accent of Newfoundlanders and learn to pronounce the names correctly, especially the "Newfoundland" name which by the way rhymes with "understand".
I would have to take out Tredway and convince him to be honest with his feelings and consider others feelings too. Tell him to talk more to his family honestly.
Having listened to many books I really enjoy catching the accents of the readers and love the local twist of hearing how people sound during their escapades.
With a print version there is no capturing of dielect or sound, Luke Daniels was awesome in his job as narrator and captured my interest from the first word of the first book.
Oberon the dog, It's facinating to think that a dog can carry a conversation with his master and he's funny without knowing it.
I don't particularly like the fight scenes but I love when Abicus will get the upper hand of the gods or trick them into doing his bidding.
A druid of modern times.
Kevin Hearn is a great writer and I can't wait for his next book.
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