I would and have. It grows on you all the way through until you're completely hooked!
There are so many! The interplay between the lead characters is addictive. Harshness and humor so brilliantly mixed.
I wasn't sure about Tim's narration at first, but it grew on me quickly. I can't imagine any other talent for this story now.
Not sure, but I'd change the title. "Theft of Swords" really doesn't do it justice.
Such well-developed, multi-dimensional characters! It gave the story richness to have continued exposition of all key characters.
I would. It's so well written that I feel like I'm close to Royce and Hadrian. I miss them already.
Could be Hadrian or Royce. Both such rich, multi-dimensional characters. Both skillful and what they do. Both always true to themselves. Both searching for meaning in their lives.
I can't possibly narrow this down. If you read this, you'll see what I mean. Such a great adventure!
Not sure I can pick the tag line, but I know it'd rival Game of Thrones on screen!
I stumbled across this series by accident. How luck I was!
Michael J Sullivan - you are a genious! Such complex yet elegant plot. Such rich characters. Just a great story. Thank you.
I have recommended it. I've even gifted it. It is the perfect book 2 of a series. By the end I wanted more. A great read!!
Where can I begin?! There are so many! The whole book is a wonderful journey through developing plot with skillful character exposition.
It turns out that Tim is the perfect narrator of this series!
There were a few. "Human" moments. Some on the core storyline and some seemingly side stories. I feel like I really know Royce and Hadrian well.
I didn't want to start the 3rd and final book too soon, as I didn't want it all to end.
Honestly not sure. Maybe it would have been better to read it.
Breathy, feminine, American
No. Happy that I read/listened to it though.
The story is OK. Bit of a cross between Running Man and Reality TV, and risked becoming not much more than a complicated romance. A more strong-voiced narrator might have made it seem a little more serious though.
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