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Not a bad book, though far from great. It was an acceptable foray into the world of the Warmachine miniatures game/Iron Kingdoms role-playing game. It was certainly a far better story than the horrid "The Warcaster Chronicles: The Butcher of Khardov" book which was a mess (and I reviewed on Amazon.com). I really hadn't read much about either Cygnar and Nemo or the Convergence of Cyriss. It sounded like this took place after "The Devil's Pay: Dogs of War, Vol. One", which is also available from Audible.
Scott Baker's pronunciation of some words was odd, for example he would say "lonce" instead of "lance", but other than that his performance was good.
It would be nice if these shared-world novels, novellas, and short story collections were linked so one could see which ones were available. I do plan on picking up more of the Iron Kingdoms books in the future, probably beginning with "The Devil's Pay".
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This story is like 20 saltines without the salt or any water. Maybe it's the faction. Really wished a more interesting story with Nemo.
What made the experience of listening to Dark Convergence the most enjoyable?
More depth to the characters than I was expecting. Fairly good pacing.
What did you like best about this story?
Insight into named characters from the setting.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
Very monotonous tone, and there were several words he repeatedly mispronounced. Please check your narrators can read adequately before recording them.