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Expect nothing less than amazing

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Reviewed: 03-10-2017

Take it with a grain of salt, as my biased for both Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett might impinge on my ability to give this an objective review, but this book, like many others from both of these wonderful writers, is amazing.

Each author has a distinct voice throughout, but combined, do an exceptional job of world building and character creation.

It's fun, solemn, exciting and thoughtful all at once.

I don't want to spoil it in any way so I'll just say, read/ listen to this- it is great.

The narrator is consistent throughout with character voices and accents. He does a great job bringing this novel to life.

All in all 5 stars, you won't be disappointed.

One of the Best

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Reviewed: 25-04-2017

Neil Gaiman's American Gods is one of the best books I've read/ listened to, for a plethora of reasons too numerous to list in this short review. In my opinion a must read. This particular recording is the best I've listened to of all the audio books I have completed. Various narrators, each who do a fantastic job, and even Neil Gaiman himself.

A Must for Fans of Fantasy!

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Reviewed: 23-03-2017

This series is excellent, and so very addictive. I had book 3 all ready to go before I even finished book 2. If you're a fan of the fantasy genre this is a must.

Excellent

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Reviewed: 21-03-2017

I had just finished the Godling Chronicles and couldn't get enough. Starting on this series has definitely satiated my craving for more fantasy and Brian D. Anderson. Great writing, captivating story and characters, a must for a fan of the genre or the author.

Give it a go

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Reviewed: 04-03-2017

The series as a while is great. There are times where you feel as though you're trying to persevere but it's rewarding nonetheless. Work your way through the omnibus and I guarantee by the end you'll be hooked.

Excellent

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Reviewed: 26-02-2017

The Godling Chronicles is a great fantasy series, and in omnibus form it is well worth the value. After the first 3 books I was well hooked.

Great Start to the Series

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Reviewed: 08-01-2017

The narrative is great. Characters are intriguing and captivating. Can't wait to start on book no.2.

Perfect

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Reviewed: 09-11-2016

A wonderful farewell to this incredible series by Jeffrey Archer. 'This Was a Man' moved me, brought me to tears and made me rejoice. The entire series was gripping, moving. While the previous books were all incredible, and well deserving of their accolades, this- the final in the series, is nothing less than perfect. If you haven't, please go and start this series. If you have already, I fear this review is albeit pointless for you, as I imagine you would already have it.

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Addictive

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Reviewed: 04-11-2016

I've said it once in an earlier review, but again, once you start.... you can't stop. This series, and on its own this book, are both incredible. If you haven't started yet, I recommend you do so right now. I've listened to one after the other, non stop for the past week.

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Gripping

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Reviewed: 02-11-2016

Another fantastic book in this series. It is amazing how each book draws you into the next and propels you through. Such a captivating narrative. Unlike the earlier books however, this is lacking the female narrator, which is somewhat disappointing, if only because it provides variation in tone.

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