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fun to hear Pet's voice

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Reviewed: 04-02-19

a favorite series of mine
urban fantasy with a sideways twist
start with Between Jobs
enjoy!

fascinating on many fronts

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5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 02-22-19

Don't let the goofy title turn you off. this is a well researched tale documenting not only the discovery of a large, pristine archaeological site, but of a complex of sites from a little known civilization, a technology newly being applied to archaeology, a history of the region highlighting many of the complications to working and protecting the sites and importance thereof, but also a warning to the first world nations as to why we should be concerned about third world diseases such as those encountered by the research team. I found it fascinating and informative.

A noble bright fantasy

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Reviewed: 02-16-19

I love this series and grabbed this audio-book as soon as I learned it was available - which shows that my self-restraint needs work but also how much I was looking forward to this edition.
This is the second book of the trilogy so you'll want to start with 'The King's Sword.
Enjoy!

outstanding!

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Reviewed: 01-22-19

The tale itself is an old favorite, and hearing it in the author's own voice is a treat - what's more he performs it very well.
It is also fun to get a new short story in this world after a wait of decades, and a delight to hear the author intends to return us to London Below very soon!

impressive

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Reviewed: 01-17-19

I started out listening because it was 'recommended' at work, but quickly forgot that and became involved in listening for its own sake...and went to purchase a hardcopy as well. Both the advice for the present (which is very applicable) and the historical context are intriguing in their own right, and the presentation is very well done.

an old favorite given new life

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Reviewed: 01-13-19

A medieval adventure written by Edgar Rice Burroughs. What more need be said? And the performance does it justice. Enjoy!

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an old favorite

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Reviewed: 01-12-19

though technically YA, this story has been one I've continued to enjoy through the decades. I'm glad to have found it as an audio-book.

excellent!

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Reviewed: 01-06-19

if you read the Kate Daniels series you're going to enjoy this. if you're not familiar with the series this could stand alone. Enjoy!

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well done!

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Reviewed: 01-04-19

I just finished listening to Beowulf on Audible and couldn't resist picking up Eaters of the Dead for comparison. Enjoyed It very much!

Outstanding!

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Reviewed: 12-31-18

This is one of my favorite stories of the year, and the reader does a great job of giving the shero a voice.
Our world ended when the seas rose, and in the wake of the apocalypse legends walk among the survivors. The story is set on the land the Navajo re-claimed, and their legends and worldview shape the land and events.
- I'll grant that something happens in the first chapter i had problems with, but I am really glad i persevered because i very much like the book and can't wait to read the sequel.
I recommend it highly.

14 of 15 people found this review helpful