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Sort order. This book is great, it grabs you right from the beginning but I frequently found myself wondering what the hell is going on?! What are the physical parameters of this book? Who are Alex and Dragor? What is "standing point" technology?! I listened to this book on Podiobooks at work so maybe I wasn't paying enough attention during the key moments of exposition but I will definitely listen to it again and continue on to the next book in hopes that these questions are answered later in the series.
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Aug 19, EmsySuffs rated it it was amazing Shelves: audiobooks. Eerie, frightening and fantastic, especially when experienced in audiobook format. The sound design and voice acting is excellent and really makes you feel like you are inside the story.
Nov 14, A. Hunt rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: SciFi Lovers. The Heavenfield, by I. Hume is a science-fiction, book, ebook, podiocast and audio-drama series. First, the illustrations are envy-inducing! They're dark, eye-catching and tell so much of the story, you have to be curious! The scenes, I borrowed for the slideshow, are nothing compared to what your mind conjures up with the elaborate descriptions and audio.
Sometimes, a scene is playing out and you The Heavenfield, by I. It is all so fascinating, I went ahead and purchased the physical book! I have started listening to it again. Absolutely a fantastic mix of science and the religious.
This is my sixth experience with audio dramas. I found this one entertaining. This drama was unique, in that it was read and acted out by the author. The author's intimate connection with the characters is gave the story a depth which is impossible to capture which a multiplicity of voice actors. Apple Podcasts Preview. Show 10 More Episodes. Customer Reviews See All.
I also love the artwork, the burning eyes and the truly awful monsters. The Black — Shadowpublications. A passenger aircraft destroyed by an American covert operation led by Lt Col. Several adaptations of a basic heavy energy cannon. Sanders is assigned bodyguard duty to the eccentric theoretician Thomas Sullivan. Both are available through The Heavenfield website. Thankfully the action and concepts behind the story are very engaging, so it's still enjoyable and I'd recommend it.
Fresh Air. Myths and Legends. Eanfrith , who had been exiled under Edwin, became king of Bernicia, whilst Deira was ruled by Osric , a cousin of Edwin. Eanfrith's reign was short, as he was killed by Cadwallon whilst trying to negotiate peace. However, the threat of Cadwallon lingered and Oswald had to raise an army as soon as possible to deal with his invading force.
It seems that the Welsh army advanced northward from York along the line of Dere Street. It was claimed that the night before the battle, Oswald had a vision of Saint Columba , in which the saint foretold that Oswald would be victorious. Oswald placed his army so that it was facing east, with its flanks shielded by Brady's Crag to the north and the Wall to the south.
According to Bede, Oswald raised a cross , and prayed for victory alongside his troops. It is believed that the Welsh had greater numbers, but they were forced to attack from the east along a narrow front, where they were hemmed in and unable to outflank the Northumbrians. It is not known how long the battle lasted or what the losses were, but the Welsh line finally broke. This began a headlong flight southward by the Welsh, pursued by the vengeful Northumbrians. Many Welsh soldiers were cut down as they ran, and according to Bede, Cadwallon was caught and killed at a place called the 'Brook of Denis', now identified as the Rowley Burn.
The battle was a decisive victory for Oswald, and it was likely that the Welsh losses were substantial.