Grows on you
It took a bit to get all the background of the story but it is a series and as the story goes on, it gets better and better. It is dark and cruel but our hero emerges and there is hope.
I think when Zack and Drizzt's last 'fight'. They come to the knowledge of what they are to each other and it is touching.
Yes, when Drizzt and his cat leave, they leave as friends together. Doesn't sound like much, but in their world, friendship and loyalty to one another is unheard of.
I actually listened to this a couple of times before I really got into the story but am glad I took the time. I will continue the series.
Yes, it is interesting and intriguing.
Michael of course. He reminds me of Indiana Jones
The narrators were good. Easy to follow and do very well on their accents
They are usually filled with mystery, romance and good guys and bad guys.
I usually do!
prophecy in print
The realistic story of what will be
I love to see where the light goes on and an individual accepts Jesus as their savior.
Yes, I would listen to this book again. There is so much information and story that you only understand more on the second time.
They are all great
He has an interesting voice and can do many accents
Every story has crime, that is what the books are about, Krewe of Hunters solve crimes. This one was too morbid for me. If Heather Graham is going to start writing this way, this is my last book of hers.
I would not listen to anything by Heather Graham if she continues to be so graphic with her descriptions of the crimes. I don't want to hear how some sicko is cutting off people's heads and sticking them on posts.
Did not have a favorited scene in this book
I love Clive Cussler. However, I have such a hard time following the narrator in that I had to keep retracing what I had listened to. His voice drones on and on. I think in the future, I will read Clive Cussler's books not listen to them, at least until they get a different narrator.
I love the cameo appearances of Clive Cussler in his books and so of course loved the bartender
Monotone, no emotion. He does a great Hispanic accent though. I kept losing track of where I was in the book.
Nothing extreme to speak of, a typical Clive Cussler adventure. Always good.
yes, This book started out slow, but picked up and developed into a good story.
I liked the scene when the bear came up to the house and they rescued the dog from it at their own peril.
I didn't care a lot for the main character, he went from mysterious to nice to extremely controlling back to nice in a blink and gave the fact he was a cop as the reason.... Lame. I like his girl friend, independent, self sufficient and yet very tender.
I like to listen to all my books that way! But, this one stretched out and that was ok. It took some time to develop the characters.
A little different from Nora Roberts usual. She usually snags you from the get go but not this time, but the ending was good and I was surprised as to who the 'villain' was.
I can not compare the audio and print as I have only listened to it.
Jacob of course as he was there from the beginning to the end..To watch a young innocent grow to a man that did what he had to do to live and yet keep who he was made me feel so proud of his character and soul.
Actually, at the end when they went to Poland for the 70 year anniversary. To overcome such odds is inspiring.
Trials and tribulations. Standing on your beliefs yet recognizing you need companionship.
Going to the gnomes and being accepted.
He is a good narrator. I have come to enjoy the audible books more than just reading as it comes to life for me.
Just enjoyed the bonding of different species and their loyalties.
One gripe I have is the volume. It goes up and down a lot. I have to keep adjusting the volume and it is annoying. Not to mention cumbersome when I am driving down the road.
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