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By cosmitron on 04-05-18
Enter the Space-Time Continuum
What made the experience of listening to The Evaran Chronicles Box Set the most enjoyable?
The Narrator and his versatility made this a great Audio book.That is the beauty of listening to a book, a narrator can take you and your imagination on a totally different trip then reading a book.
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Evaran Chronicles Box Set?
Which character – as performed by Michael Pauley – was your favorite?
The obvious the good Doctor himself.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Well that kind of backside I do not have the 3 books are close to 26 hours.
Any additional comments?
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.
13 of 13 people found this review helpful
By Mary Karowski on 01-24-17
Great collection of stories!
Take 3 amazing novels about a singular and unique protagonist and this is what you get. I already had the 3 books but couldn't resist getting the collection. Love being able to listen all in one long set. Highly recommend the set. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
By Sandra Kirnbauer on 09-05-17
This is one of the best stories I have heard in a long time! I listened to the pre book and was hooked. you want to keep listening to see what happens next!
I am fascinated by time travel and alternate universes and this has hooked me on this story and I cannot wait for more to be on Audible.
Michael Pauley does a fantastic job handling all the different voices that I would think it is a crew of people doing it. The sound effect are great and I cannot say I have heard another audio book that was better! I will look for other books by him!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
By sonia on 04-21-17
This trilogy is really entertaining
I discovered Adair Hart via a Bookbub email. I no longer purchase books because the premise sounds interesting. It must have a minimum of 4.2 stars and sound interesting, Audible is expensive!
A wonderful time travel story, in the Jules Verne tradition. Not a whole bunch of hokie crap. Straight forward, clear and unlike many other books, every word added to the story. It's not a fast read/listen, you must pay attention but you will be, OH SO ENTERTAINED!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
By SuSuz on 06-14-18
Awesome narrator saves this series.
I really enjoyed the Prequel to this three book set, so I used one credit to purchase this set. I enjoyed Book One, and liked Book Two, but by the time I got to the third book the weaknesses in plot and writing overwhelmed. I have a feeling if I had been reading a print version, rather than audio, these lacks would have been more noticeable earlier. The narrator does a FANTASTIC job, especially with separating species and humans, male and female. The narration is spot on.
Sadly, the author could have used a tough editor to point out repetitive phrases ... every characters smirks, half smiles, half grins, and smirks again, repeatedly! The coy, juvenile giggling about the (mild) sexual relationship of the niece, every-single-breakfast-scene, became irritatingly sophmoric.
The prequel, Books 1-3, are a bit of a Dr Who knock-off, but I didn't mind that. Overall, it flows like episodes in a stock space opera, one I was glad to tune into. I'm not sure why Book Three irritated me so, but I simply could not stand it, and I skipped whole chapters at a time. I might re-listen to the Prequil, and Books 1 and 2, but not, definitely not, Book 3.
By S. Kelly on 06-12-18
Good Sci-Fi Trilogy
I want to thank the author for providing me with a review copy of this audiobook. This is an excellent value in that it is 3 books for just 1 credit. This is a very good time travel book that I really enjoyed. Good characters, and fun battle/adventure story. While it is the predictable go get the macguffin and save everyone stories, it is well done and the journey is worth it. Others have said that it is a rip off of Dr Who, which I guess is a fair comment, but that doesn't take away from the fact that this is a good trilogy and worth the read. I also wanted to mention that there is a main character who is a lesbian in this book, but that is not particularly important to the story. There is no coming out moment, no disapproving family/friends. She is gay and everyone around her knows and nobody cares. So many stories with gay characters have their sexuality be the character's most defining characteristic. Kind of refreshing to see that not be the focus of the story.