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Gordon Semple

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A First Time Delight

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Reviewed: 2020-09-02

I had never had the chance to read Sandman, but had heard of it from so many sources. It was intriguing, beguiling, and most of all a fabulous listen!

A rich, detailed tapestry of a tale.

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Reviewed: 2019-10-28

Christian Cameron mixes the practice of a historian, with the character development of a graceful storyteller.

The language of the characters is reflective on the context in which they find themselves, and the author does not shy from second guessing his readers "sensitivities". The men at arms and knights were professional soldiers with all their ideas, ideals, and base instincts intact.

Well done.

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a Brightness for Today

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Reviewed: 2019-05-23

once again Guy Kay delivers stunning storytelling with lyrical prose. Captured within seconds my imagination was swept along with vivid imagery.

the narrator was well suited to the material lending it character and gravitas.

Fantastic

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Reviewed: 2019-02-27

An excellent story and a superb performance. Over 80 hours and it isn't enough. I am looking forward to listening to it again.

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Fine poetry with a fine message

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Reviewed: 2018-09-13

For nearly 100 years The Prophet has remained a beacon of great messages strung together in true lyrical poetry. With resonant tone this adaptation leads is to the shores of Orphilese and into the hope of our souls. #Audible1

such a fine listen!

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Reviewed: 2018-09-13

with impeccable casting and such fine material there results a great listen! I truly loved hearing Sir Christopher Lee at his grumpier.

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