"ellenjane" wrote:I generally listen to the audiobooks - I find Barbara Roseblat's Amelia particularly helpful in motivating me to do housework and other things I'd rather not.
I was using up my two monthly credits at Audible, and saw the description for "Falcon at the Portal," and thought that it looked like a lot happened, so I should probably read that one in hard copy. So I checked it out from the library and got the audio download of "He Shall Thunder in the Sky." Well, I finished "Falcon" and wanted to know what happened next so badly that I ran out and bought myself the paperback (library was closed). I just couldn't wait to listen to the audiobook. Whew! I'm glad I did - I don't think I would have followed everything as well if I'd listened to it. I think I can return to normal now that all has been revealed and resolved, though!
He Shall Thunder in the Sky is my absolute, utter favorite Elizabeth Peters! Now that you've read it and are no longer in dire suspense, I definitely recommend listening to the audio book anyway--I've checked it out of our library so many times I practically know ever inflection by heart. But it's so, so good!