Definitely in the bottom half. It is better storywise than the first book in the series but still not a big fan of David Dietz narration.
The obvious answer here is “Halfskin” since it is the first book in the series. I didn’t like the way the cliff hanger ending closed out the first book. I wish the protagonists MCs in this book had not had to die in the end, but it was still a much better story than Halfskin and I don’t know how else the author could have ended it.
It is kind of difficult to put my finger on it. I think a lot has to do with the fact that I am just not fan of his voice. He doesn’t actually do anything that makes me not like him as a narrator, and there is little if anything that he can do about his voice. I just gravitate more toward female narrators or male narrators who have more tenor in the voice.
Absolutely not! First, I can not sit through anything for 8 hours in one sitting except work, and I don’t like having to sit there for that. Second, as I have already stated I am not a fan of David Dietz narration, so that makes me want to break it up over several sittings.
I might enjoy both this book and Halfskin more with a different narrator, although I really doubt it. I can’t recommend this audiobook to anyone. I have no doubt that it would someone’s cup of tea, but it is not mine.