The characters were not perfect. They were well developed humans. The good guys didn't always win and they didn't always survive. I missed the book for weeks after.
That is the thing. No one character stood out throughout the whole book. they all were terrific when it was their time.
Simon Vance did a really good job.
I liked the narrator but the story was pointless.
I don't recommend this book if you are interested in character development
the story if read would be fine but not this version of narration
The story was good which is why I endured the horrible narration to the end
do not ever use Ray Chase again
There was no character develpment. It was just a daily diary of the Druid. I did this then because of this i did this....for the whole book
not this series
credits back please
nothing could save this concept or horrible writing. it was insulting. i listened to about 2 hours hoping that it would improve but it only got worse.
just about everything
yes I love the characters
Dianna Gabaldon's Outlander. There are real people doing things real people would do in those situations.
Science Fiction and Fantasy are a wonderful medium to try to answer the big "what if" about ourselves.
Yes Cinder and it was just as good
the performance was way over the top
i kept wanting to say - ya think captain obvious
a different narrator
there was too much irrelevant information and absolutely no character development
the characters were cardboard cutouts
i was really disappointed in the second book of this trilogy but listened to this third one ONLY because I wanted to hear the end of the story.
well that was a waste of time
no lessons learned
no uplifting moral
someone impressed with physics
poor character development
the performance was as good as it could be given the material
don't get me started
It gave me hope that there was a good story woven into the trilogy
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