The novel is amazing granted a few things, first the character set up is at least 35-40% of this story. The writer does a great job showing their development vs telling it via reflection, you can see the characters growing. Secondly, this book is intended to be one of several, because of that there seems to be a lot of minor loose ends. All of that aside, I think the novel was amazing. Very well thought out, structured and executed. Amazing character development and over all interesting. It kept my attention from the very beginning. Now for the narration, originally I thought Pete Bradbury was going to be too dry to endure. Surprisingly this novel suits him allowing him to show case his control over his voice. However, there are few times where knowing who is speaking can become problem. Overall, the novel is very pleasing and highly suggested.
A good story, though confusing and depressing at times. There are somethings that seem to me to be unplausable and despite the fact that I will have to listen for a second time in order to fully understand, I still think the story has undenible strength in many areas. The author has an amazing way with words, just to listen to her description of action is enough of a reason to purchase this novel. That said, the 13th tale is worth your time.
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