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If you could sum up Talon of God in three words, what would they be?
Best Audible Book
What was one of the most memorable moments of Talon of God?
My favorite moment was when Lauryn pulled St. Luke into the black cube.
What does Malik Yoba bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
I didn't like him at all doing Lauryn's voice but I thought he did a great job with the narration and some of the male voices, particularly the Dad and Lincoln Black. BUT, if there is ever book I can't imagine ANYONE other than Mahershala Ali playing Lincoln Black (think Cottonmouth Stokes from Luke Cage). He was MADE for that part. He was the actual embodiment of evil throughout the book and not St. Luke.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The entire book was pretty moving but I think it kicked everything up a notch when Lauryn began to slowly realize her calling.
Any additional comments?
I can't wait for the next book. I think this book was great for Believers, unbelievers, people of various faiths, people who love Sci-Fi, and people who love mystery.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
There's a lot wrong with this book. The narrator is atrocious. The writing is long-winded and annoying. The whiny lead was annoying. And, for goodness sake, pick a religion and stick to it! I was just glad when it ended.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful
I love this debut from Wesley Snipes, this is so awesome and such a creative and beautiful story. The narrator was also good at switching voices for each character. I look forward to seeing a movie out of this.
I really enjoyed listening to this book it kept my interest throughout. The characters were easily visable and entertaining. I did however think at times it was more 'goodie-goodie' than true to life in some areas but this did Not deter my enjoyment.
Fantastic read! I was initially quite skeptic as it was written by a movie star...and this was his first fiction writing at that. On top of it, it was written by two different authors...it felt like having two captains on a single boat. However, I was intrigued at the same time for the same reasons above so I had to find out about it myself and I'm absolutely glad I did it. All my concerns quickly diminished. I first went through Talon of God via Audible audiobook which was exceptionally well narrated. As it's almost twelve hours long, I was planning on taking a couple of hours a day on this title. However, it was near impossible to do so as there was always another suspense around each corner. Perhaps I'm biassed of the fact the Wesley Snipes is a movie star but that surely helped me visualize the reading and my mind was creating mega blockbuster movie scenes as the passionate narrations went on. I just purchased the Kindle version of it so I can actually read it as it was originally intended by the authors. If I wasn't told there were two authors for this title, I wouldn't have known it. Story flows flawlessly and quickly just like Wesley's martial arts skills.