When USNR Ensign Jon Hunter is thrown back in time and space to a strange, unknown world, he must struggle to survive. First enslaved, then trained as a Seker, a warrior of this savage land, he is soon embroiled in rebellion. The ancient continent of Doridia is vividly created in all its splendor and savagery. From the exotic Slave Dancers of Rashmalan, to the towering spires of the walled city of Taslea where nubile beauties are displayed and sold at marketplaces, there has never been an adventure quite like Hunter: Warrior of Doridia. First of a projected series.
©2014 Ronald J. Watkins (P)2014 Ronald J. Watkins
After the first 1 1/2 hour it was fast paced, funny (Laugh out loud funny) and interesting.
About 3 hours in i tought i would die from laughing so much. No spoilers tough.
The voices. He realy made them work for me. I listened trough the entire book at work in one day.
I laughed so many times, a few of them i got almost hysterical.
First 1 1/2 hours is abit slow, but after that its a realy great listen if you stick whit it. It can be abit hard too get into the story because he takes everything in stride, there is no incredulity or panic when he discovers that he is far in mankinds past, a hidden past we didn't even know about. He just goes from an ordinary fellow too a hero in no time. But dont get me wrong, this is just a very minor flaw in an otherwise epic book in my honest opinion.
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