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the story took too long to go nowhere. plenty characters but not enough suspense and intrigue. Could have done with more cliff hangers. I struggled to finish it.
Great book and story - I loved reading the books. Can't wait to download the 2nd book in the trilogy.
This is my first audiobook so I may be being a bit critical but I cringed at times with the persistent narration errors that were allowed throughout the story-telling. Emphasis on certain words which disconnected them from the sentence they were related to and attached them onto the next sentence where they had no connection, the occasional sentence of speech which came from the wrong character.
Also, I didn't personally enjoy the Scottish accent that the narrator gave to Will Campbell - it seemed a bit too fabricated. While on accents - the characters in the Paris Temple appeared to be from various areas of the UK Midlands which let the book down too. Far better to just narrate for those characters if a French accent isn't your forté.
But loved the story and am looking forward to listening to The Crusade.
Where does Brethren rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
I enjoy Robyn Youngs writing. Especially her insurrection-trilogy is great. I thoroughly enjoyed this and look forward at listening to the next.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Brethren?
The betrayal of his best friend
Which character – as performed by Christopher Scott – was your favorite?
The arabic member of the brethren
If you could take any character from Brethren out to dinner, who would it be and why?