Enjoyed the parades, dogs, dancers and Celtic Rock by Albannach and The Angry Brians.
Though we wand through life much like the 2 pictures I will share with you some wonder from time to time how many myths, gods and unseen forces shape our paths.
American Gods by Neil Gaman does not need much of a review from me because it has enjoyed huge, decades long success in multiple forms. Here I congratulate the work that is the 10th Anniversary full cast audio version for its quality and selection of cast members. I recommend this version in combination with your imagination while listening to paint your impressions across the screens of your brain. Five plus stars.
Life continues with bucks and a nuthatch frolicking in my AO. Enjoy!
So, going left to right and down. Common Nighthawk, a broad tailed hummingbird juvenile, a hairy woodpecker (or just hairy pecker LOL), another kind of woodpecker and finally a Stellar Jay. Had a squadron of these (30+) harassing a Swainson’s Hawk in my back yard yesterday after it had killed a rabbit.
Interesting month so far. Enjoy!!!!
Koban: Conflict and Empire
Written by Stephen W. Bennett, narrated by Eric Michael Summerer.
The Galactic Federation is confronted by the vast and implacable Thandol Empire, which has coveted the former Krall region of space for eons, a region of space now occupied and claimed by the upstart Kobani. Outnumbered, they face an opponent who possesses new and deadly weapons. An enemy that had thousands of years to develop the means to take on the Krall Empire, and now present the supermen with a weapon that turns their greatest genetic asset into their greatest weakness. The new Federation must find a way to survive the most powerful threat yet to their existence. Once again, the Kobani are between a rock and a hard place, poised on the brink of death and destruction.
The Krall got their asses beat by the gene-modified humans of Koban while the Thandol Empire kept their heads down. Now the Thandol Empire wants to take on the “Galactic Federation” which is composed of all the old Krall subjugated species. Apparently they hadn’t paid close enough attention. Frankly I found this one installment in the series to be a bit rushed and short changed but I still enjoyed it. Four out of Five Space Opera geek points are thus awarded.