Fimbulwinter : Daniel Black

  • by E. William Brown
  • Narrated by Guy Williams
  • Series: Daniel Black
  • 8 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Summoned to a world in the midst of apocalypse, Daniel Black would have his hands full just staying alive. Add in refugees, desperate soldiers, scheming nobles and a pair of thoroughly wicked witches, and life is going to be very busy indeed. Good thing he has magic of his own to even the scales. But will even that be enough?


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Great story, not so great performance

Would you try another book from E. William Brown and/or Guy Williams?

Yes I will be reading any book E. William Brown puts out. No it is not likely I will listen to anything else by Guy even if he narrates the next Daniel Black books

What did you like best about this story?

The great story with wonderful and creative magic

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Guy Williams?

Tess Irondale, she was great in Good Intentions and is very good as switching between male and female characters

Do you think Fimbulwinter needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

It already has 2 and it looks like its going to get more

Any additional comments?

In my opinion the voices for the main female characters are poorly done and ruined the audiobook for me. If there is no change in narrator or addition of a female narrator then I will not be getting the next books

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Dr Mike

No real plot to speak of. Story jumps from mundane world to high fantasy world with no transition and no emotional effect on the character. No explanation of this new world or world building. And magic just works with no limit or rules; whatever the protagonist needs, he has a magic spell for it. And that's the good part...

..then there is the porn. Not sexuality or erotic elements that make a character a real three dimensional character, which is just fine, or the smoldering sexual undertones of many vampire novels, like, say, Anne Rice. But laughable, cringe-worthy , adolescent porn. A lot of it. Every story advancement point requires a ridiculous sex scene. If you listen all the way through, you will spend long passages with your palms pressed to your temples waiting for those passages to end. Like a headache.

And then, without any reason or resolution the story just ends.

I felt bad for the narrator. He did a fine job with the turd he had to work with.
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- michael robinson

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-15-2016
  • Publisher: E. William Brown