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Best For. Add to basket failed. Please try again later. Add to wishlist failed. Free with day trial. Book 2. What disappointed you about The Wolves of London? The characters were great, well detailed and believable. The situation was gripping and creepy. The mystery was solid It felt like the author was trying to fit every cool idea he ever had into one book Would you ever listen to anything by Mark Morris again? His characters were distinct. He LIVED the author's descriptions of each and he pulled you into the story with his performance rather than simply reading words on a page.
The first 2 acts were solid, creepy and mysterious. Despite any failings in pacing and lack of exposition, it moved well enough to keep me interested in what happened next. Any additional comments? I committed 10 hours into this and then got disappointed. I gave it another hour leaving me about 2 left Creative tale and first installment the 'Wolves' story world of the dark-fantastic.
Reminiscent of Clive Barker fiction without the sexual overtones. I enjoyed the story and the narration performance was good, though often a bit dry and melancholy. Not terribly distracting, but the baritone delivery is somewhat demanding and requires the right 'mood' for long listen times. For me this book was somewhere between science fiction and a mystery thriller but I could never quite figure out which one it was trying to be. I struggled to get through it, and became easily distracted while listening to it, particularly toward the end.
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The narration is fine - the story line just didn't hold my interest. I don't plan to read the next book in the series and I think that's pretty telling. Would you consider the audio edition of The Wolves of London to be better than the print version?
I don't have it in print version, but I do enjoy the narrator's voice quite a bit to set the tone especially his voice acting for more bass heavy voiced characters. What did you like best about this story? The way it started, I was contemplating how it would turn out to be a horror story. Which character — as performed by Ben Onwukwe — was your favorite?
The Surgeon. If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be? I really look forward to the second book! I hadn't realized this was going to be a series and now that I know I'm very eager for the next book. The Wolves of London is truly a hidden gem. Some might say it starts off slow, but it builds pace quickly and it stays interesting throughout. There are many twists and turns and the story is imaginative and the world goes from mundane to horrifying rather quickly.
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The characters are intriguing and well flushed out. This book if without a doubt worth your credit. I am eager to read the next book in the series. Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why? I had no expectations when I bought this book but I was blown away! I loved it! The only bad part was getting to the end and realising that I wo have to wait for the next. I only finished it this afternoon and have already recommend it to three people. What other book might you compare The Wolves of London to, and why?
I don't like to compare because it's no really like anything I have read before. It's a really dark urban fantasy set in London. The obvious comparison would be Ben Aaronovich's Rivers of London series and if you like that then you should enjoy this. However this is much darker, I love the concept of the obsidian heart and want to find out more. He brought the characters to life and made be believe it. Great performance. Did you have an emotional reaction to this book?
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Did it make you laugh or cry? I was scared, worried and at times disgusted and relieved, there were some tense moments, I care about the characters and want to find out more about them. This book was an unexpected gem and is well worth a listen. The problem with looking at reviews before starting a book is that comments often stick with you and sometimes interfere with your perception and enjoyment of a book. Several reviewers words stuck with me throughout my listen but left me shaking my head as I finished it I didn't find this book to be a Rivers of London rip off.
I liked the slow but steady introduction of supernatural elements rather than a single plunge. I enjoyed the narrator.
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