Bahzell is no knight in shining armor, and besides he has too many problems of his own to be messing with anybody else's problems - let alone the War God's. Unfortunately, the War God has other ideas for him.
©1995 David M. Weber (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
"Weber builds [worlds] with a nice eye for detail, above-average knowledge of history, and a pleasing amount of wit." (Booklist)
Grew tired of it quickly, glad it was not my introduction to David Webber as Oath of Swords would have put me off his later and much better books.
This book started out very well. I was interested. There are some interesting parts but I don't think I will listen to the others. too bad.
Mostly use audio books in planes these days. Know I really like a book when I find myself with earphones still on from home to hotel
It's now going on 2 years and the story is left hanging with book 4. Meanwhile, the author churns out new stuff or un-serialized books in other series. Apparently, getting to book 4 took from 1995-2012. As much as I like this series, I'd recommend skipping it as the author apparently has no regard for readers if he thinks 20 years for a fantasy series is reasonable.
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