Paul's been having a bad day, perhaps one of the worst days he's ever had. And now into the middle of all this, his instructor just got drafted by some mystical goddess to help save a world.
As for Paul? Well, he's really not supposed to be there, and if he thought he was having a bad day before all of this, it just got worse - a lot worse. He's now on a one-way trip, forced to help a man who despises him, while at the mercy of the world's biggest trickster.
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Well done to both the author and the narrator
- S. Seigel
Magic, Technology, and Dragons....
Three words? Magic, Technology & Dragons.
Put simply it mashes all of these together in a post apocalyptic future. it's a good romp and describes an interesting view of what's left of society.
Coyote was by far my favorite character. He runs herd on the Main Character and gives boons and punishments in good fashion. That said I wish we saw more of his trickster side in the first book... oh well maybe in book 2...
Doug Tisdale's performance was great. I had listened to his performances in the "Metal boxes" trilogy as well as "Larry goes to space". I enjoyed that he gave enough nuance to the characters that I could "roughly" different each characters by their "voices". he really does bring a book to life.
Lost in a strange world, a pawn to the gods, how would you survive.
This book was really just "setup" to the series. The author does a great job of character introduction and setup and leaves a good segway into book 2. The main character is likeable, the antagonist is a douche, and that gives you good "reason" to cheer the MC on. It doesn't really go into the details of a full on "battle" yet, but there is a lot of setup for a big one.
Overall I really liked it. The story was good, as was the narrator.