The narrators made the story come alive.
You felt for the lives of these characters.
Too many to pick from.
I'm hooked. This series gets better and better. The detail is amazing, and as listener, must pay attention. The writer makes this world unfold into a beautiful tapestry. The reader's both do a good job. The first book having two readers was challenging, but I caught the tempo much quicker on the second. It is worth a credit to explore but start at the beginning!
Ties in to the first book
Immersive I was totally hooked
Great character development
I would have to say that Perrin Aybara because of his quiet and meek manner. I find it amusing that Rand and he attribute one another with knowing how to talk elegantly to the ladies.
Min Farshaw is IMO the best fit for Kate Reading. Kate has a voice that takes me a while to get accustom to, she has a very mechanical way of reading.
Matrim Cauthon would be my pick for best portrayed by Micheal Kramer. Michael has a good mischievous voice for this character.
I enjoyed both print and audio versions.
The hunt for the dagger.
If I could listen to this book in one sitting then I would. But 26+ hours is a bit much.
One of the better fantasy audiobooks I've ever listened to.
Loial, because he shows the most bravery among them all.
When Rand fought the dark one.
The second book of this series was excellent. As the reader, I got to know my characters better and enjoyed the addition of new characters and twists to the plot. I just found out that there are 14 books in this series. That sort of overwhelmed me; but if it holds true with enough change and depth, I'll probably stick it out.
I enjoy the Wisdom. I like her "in your face" attitude.
Both readers do an excellent job. I don't think about them at all. I am totally immersed in the characters of the story.
I will certainly listen to it, again...most likely a time or two after that. The books that I had read in the series (I stopped before New Spring, and am making my way back through them) are some of my all time favorite books.
Character emotions. Very rarely does an author truly make me feel empathetic toward a character, but Jordan does so quite frequesntly.
Both performers are very eloquent, and can somehow make the fact that half of the words they say are made up not noticeable.
"The grave is no bar to my call..."
I normally enjoy thrillers and mysteries. but I am hooked on this. I find myself listening as much as possible
I Like scifi-fantasy,non-fiction, historical fiction genres. Liked Stormlight Archive, GoT, Ken Follett's work. Last read: Words of Radiance
I had no idea that i was going to be so caught up in reading this series when I had picked Book 1 of WoT. This series is one of the best and Book 2 makes it even better. The story picks up so fluently after the first book. I wish I had started reading these books when I was a kid. But I know now what to give my kids to read when they will be able to read.
Narrators are excellent. I still dont understand the switch between male and female narrators because they both seem to narrate for male/female characters. In any case, it does not bother me anymore.
And last but not the least, thank you Audible for bringing this series in an excellent production quality. These make my chores so fun and I look forward to them.
I'm a great fan of Jordan. The characters become friends you know well. I for one can appreciate a book that isn't over in a flash and full of holes. Narration is easy on the ears, too. Well worth it, I say.