The conclusion of Tad Williams' brilliant Bobby Dollar series.
Bobby Dollar thinks he's seen it all - after all, he's been to Hell and back again. Literally. But he has another thing coming.
Sleeping Late on Judgement Day will find Bobby back in his adopted hometown of San Judas, California, trying to stay out of trouble...and failing. His love life is still a mess, there are one too many people who have it out for him, and drowning his sorrows in a nice glass of whisky won't keep the demons at bay forever.
Bobby's going to have to pull himself together and make a few tough decisions before time runs out. The problem is, time could run out at any moment.
In the final Bobby Dollar novel in Tad Williams' groundbreaking epic fantasy trilogy, fallen angel Bobby Dollar will finally be forced to confront the one problem he can't talk his way out of: his own.
©2014 Beale Williams Enterprise (P)2014 Hodder & Stoughton
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"Narration is terrible"
Tim Flavin is the wrong guy for this book. Story was good but narration spoiled it for me.
Another narrator please !
"Not as good as his earlier works"
I found this hard going and nearly gave up more than once. Admittedly it was the first I had listened to rather than read but you know there is something wrong when you get quarter of the way into book one before you realise that you have read the book already.
Make sure you read the other two in the trilogy first though. 😉
The main characters and the concept is a new one and works well.
"Tim Flavin ruins Bobby Dollar Again"
The story is good.
Bobby Dollar Himself
Tim Flavin is just not able to do these books justice. The first book in the Bobby Dollar set was narrated by a guy name Joe May and he was really good and they should have stuck with him.
I think I would buy the print or kindle version because yeah Tim Flavin really is that bad.
"fantastic bobby dollar story"
loved this book; really good to listen to and engaging all of the way through - Angel doloriel leads such as interesting life
really good to hear a story written in the first person and doloriel - bobby dollar - is such an interesting and well rounded character in a story rich in detail and twisting plots. one of Tad williams finest
tim brought all of the characters to life and filled out the story and this made me listen to every word instead of skipping any bits. i particularly liked his calrence voices
i hope there are more Bobby Dollar stories
"The Series is very much a Curate's Egg:"
His characterisations are not secure.
This part of the Trilogy rescued the poorness of the second book but not to any great extent.
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