Casey has stumbled upon a secret: Big Foot is real, after all, but its place among the Warden-Watch turns out to be far more mysterious than the myth itself. As one so-called myth after another turns out to be rooted in fact and reality - albeit in wholly unexpected ways - Casey finds himself craning his neck to catch a glimpse of the Blood King.
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This book definitely took me down a different road from what I was expecting. I knew there was going to be a spiritual element to it, but I did not think it was going to be a Christian element. There were many interesting parts, but being a Christian myself I wasn't super comfortable with some of the ways the Christian symbols were used so I probably wouldn't recommend this to a friend.
The narrator did a good job reading the book though the sound echoed a bit and it sounded like he was a bit far from the microphone.
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Because tales should be told.
Piercing the Veil. This book begins on the day that Casey is able to see and actively participate in the spiritual world around him. He enters a new realm and his reality will never be the same.
I would compare it to Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis because Casey (a young boy) enters another realm and meets spiritual characters. Warden Watch is also very well-written like Chronicles of Narnia. The author delights in language and plays well with words. It also reminds me of the movie, The Matrix because it uses symbols of salvation in a very edgy way.
Yes, I am a fan. This is a great production by Locust & Honey.
You would want to because the story is very good. At almost 5 hours, it would be impossible. Nobody has that much time. It took me three sittings to finish this story and I looked forward to every installment.
Very clean and very family friendly. There are some references to blood and drinking blood, but they are symbolic not horror/graphic. No gratuitous violence. Great book. I highly recommend.
I did not manage to finish this but I got to Chapter 9 so feel I gave it a good go. This book was not helped by the monotonous and robot like voice it was read in. However it was also extremely badly written, everything is over explained and it feels as though someone has gone through with a thesaurus to add more complex words that do not quite fit. "Dollops of sweat". The storyline of this book is intriguing but not enough for me to put up with the long winded similes and poor writing.
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I'm retired USAF and fully retired with a lot of time to read now. Read my whole life so thought I'd give some of that knowledge back.
I am so sorry I asked to review this edition of this. I could not get past the 2nd chapter. The narrator's voice didn't change pitch the whole time I listened. And all the son's of blew me away. I had to give the performance a 1 in order to write this review, otherwise it would have been a 0.
I can normally find something good to say about a book, but I just can't.
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