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Don’t bother with this one or the last three books in this series. Every character struggles with circular reasoning throughout every chapter. It becomes dreary, annoying and a waste of tine.
By far my favorite Warhammer book. I have listened st least 20 times. Well done,waiting for more
Well written, not crazy about the narrator
I got to chapter 7, and could not listen anymore. The narrator has a quality to his voice that is jerky and I find myself focusing on that instead of the storyline. Tried to return but for some reason this book was not eligible. I’m stuck with it
This is just the perfect way to spend time if you love vintage shows. A great listen
This is, by far the very best Warcraft book. A must buy for gamers and non gamers.
This story has so many rewinds that the book would have been half as long if they were taken out. Every time a new character comes on scene the reader has to suffer through yet another explanation of events. Very tiresome.
Readers tempo is exhausting
How could the performance have been better?
The reader begins his sentences loudly , then fades and speeds up half way through. It gets maddening after a few chapters.
If this book were a movie would you go see it?
1 of 2 people found this review helpful
Would you listen to Arms of Nemesis again? Why?
No. Harrison is horrible. Had I noticed who was reading before I spent the credits I never would have downloaded this book.
What didn’t you like about Scott Harrison’s performance?
Dead, dead, dead voice. He has one tone and its boring.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful