This was part of an epic tale. I loved the characters and how they were interwoven into the story
I listened to this and book 3 while travelling. I loved it and it made the long drive much more enjoyable. Almost couldn't stop for gas because I would have to pause the story.
Crazy, Epic, endearing....I want more and from the looks of things I will!
Capt Reddy...never give up...I like those who face adversity and just keep going forward. This tale includes many who are faced with the unthinkable and they follow the unwavering direction of the Captain and he does not let it go to his head!
The best SYFY movie idea of the century!!
Two lost am almost forgotten misfits who do extraordinary things and sometime even for the right reasons!!
There are some voice actors who do a good job, there are some who do a great job and then there are the few who do the best job. Gerard is one of those voice actor's who I actually search for before I do the author. I want to see what he has recorded and often buy based on that!
The author is consistent with allowing an equal measure of success by the allies but random acts of defeat by the evil empires they fight. Mixed in is a creative use of US Military might circa 1950. The story if fun almost seems real at times!!
This was book 6 in the series...I have listened to them all! And will listen to the remaining ones to see if the epic battle will end all conflict. At times I want to see it made into a movie or tv series and then I would rather the imagery to stay with the book.
I love this audio actor. Different voices, lots of expression...you can almost see the facial expression of the characters as he reads their parts.
no laugh no cry but I think I may have done a fist pump or two after successful campaigns
didn't read the print version
There were too many to ignore so it is hard to pick one that stands out. I do wish that Lady Maude played a bigger role during the German occupation.
it is fun to hear his interpretation of the various characters especially the American service men.
I loved how the author drew parallels from the actions of the Mongols to the effect on the modern world
My kids have listened to the books in this series several times and have read all of them.
Less vulgar language
in the genre no but by this author yes
The narrator did a fine job
An odd story that kept drawing me in more and more...too fun the put down
He used several different voices for the various characters in the story
I listened for 6 hours but could not really get into the book. I was hard to imagine living in darkness
Most likely won't ever listen to anything from this author again
The voice actor was fine to listen to and I wouldn't have a problem listening to his performances again
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