1635 : Ring of Fire

  • by Eric Flint, Virginia DeMarce
  • Narrated by George Guidall
  • Series: Ring of Fire
  • 19 hrs and 39 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

An Exciting Installment in the New York Times Best-Selling Ring of Fire Series - the Most Popular and Best-Selling Alternate History Series
The Thirty Years' War continues to ravage 17th-century Europe, but a new force is gathering power and influence: the United States of Europe, a new nation led by Gustavus Adolphus, king of Sweden, and the West Virginians from the 20th century led by Mike Stearns who were hurled centuries into the past by a mysterious cosmic accident. While the old entrenched rulers and manipulators continue to plot against this new upstart nation, everyday life goes on in Grantville, the town lost in time, with librarians, firefighters, and garbage collectors trying to make do under unusual circumstances. And what better place for an undercover spy from France than working with the garbage collectors, examining 20th-century machines that others throw out and copying the technology (though he wishes one device - the paper shredder - had been left behind in the future)?
There are more sinister agents at work, however. One of them, Ducos, almost succeeded in assassinating the Pope, but his plan was ruined by quick action by a few Americans. Now, the would-be assassin not only has a score to settle but has also decided on two excellent targets: Grantville's leader, Mike Stearns, and his wife, Rebecca....

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Lousy Story

I'm a big fan of this series and have thoroughly enjoyed all of the books up until this one. The narration, as with the other audio versions I have listened to, was superb. The problem was the story, or lack thereof. It felt like I was wading through page after page of pointless family history with so many names I couldn't keep track of who was whom. The driving thrill of the other books just wasn't there. I soldiered through figuring that I didn't want to miss any pertinent tidbits for future books. I hope it doesn't prove to be the waste of time it felt like when I got to the end.
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- Lynnie

Holy fuck why?

Ok the book was prett good I was enjoying it and then once a agian out of no where they drop another faget into the middle of the story and it just does not sit well. It honestly made me stop and go why would they even. Who thought this was a good idea from one of the characters we are suppose to like and respect. Considering how strong a role Biggetry plays in this book they should have considered if dropping and faget into casual conversation by one of the good guys was a wise choice. It doesn't set up anything or explore their own prejudices it's very black white they are bad and bigets we are good and tolerant so why the fuck would they drop faget into casual conversation.
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- Bryan S Guzman

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-12-2015
  • Publisher: Recorded Books