What I'm reading, what I'm thinking of reading & what I've read. And stuff.
Grr, I couldn't find the Richard-Armitage-narrated edition I listened to, but this one has a similar cover image.
I enjoyed this very much, although I wonder just how wise it is to drive suburban streets while listening to graphic descriptions of people hitting each other with sharp swords. Having listened to the previous book in this series, it was very interesting to hear differences in the styles of the two readers - having become used to Tom Sellwood's more restrained style for The Pale Horseman, it took me a little time to get used to Richard Armitage's more vigorous narration for this book (ah, but he has a lovely voice...) Annoyingly, my local library doesn't have the audio version of the third book in this series (read by yet another person), so I shall have to resort to the old fashioned method of reading for myself.