I started by thinking Graham Padden was a little mono tonal and was almost inclined to stop listening. However, there turned out to be more intonati..Show More »on than I originally suspected and an enjoyable story. I have even downloaded the next volume!
For reason or another, I think this is my favorite of the series. It might be because the structure of the crusade gives me a linear line over Europe ..Show More »the map the events. In the other books in the series it takes a bit more efforth to locate the story. Highly recommended series! Note: if you are a new listener, go find "Outlaw" book from the same author. It is the first on this series.
Held me right to the end lots of twists and turnes. Robin Odo (Hood) always makes a cracking tale
The grittyness of this tale makes you rearl..Show More »y believe in him and how it rearly was in those days and not all gentleman jim stuff. also what put the iceing on the cake for me was the narrator Mike Rogers
Yes I would. The earlier books had historical accuracy and detail but lacked pace and the first narrator chosen failed to put any spark into the telli..Show More »ng. However, as the series progressed the novels improved; maintaining their detail but bringing the characters to life, allowing us to relate and empathise with them, and Mike Rogers does a fantastic job narrating.