This book is definitely the best out of the three! It has more action and both roran and eragon have very entertaining story lines. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Now it's on to the last.
Might not be perfect, but it is a lovely listen.
The story is a classical epic fantasy, very detailed and full of moments that can resonate with one's heart. Beautiful descriptions enrich the text and Paolini surprises with many wise instances of introspection and a surprisingly healthy and balanced view of politics, death and life, and real love.
Listening to Gerard Doyle is like listening to a beloved grandfather telling stories of old.
Overall great experience, obviously must read following the first two books.
I loved it. I could distinguish the different characters better than trying to pronounce the names in the book. I have shared my copies with many people and they too enjoyed them as much as I did. I even wrote to Mr. Paolini and asked him to write more like this. I could not stop listening.
The dragons!! they should make these in to a movie. The one that was made was made poorly. they need to redo it. If done right it would be a hit like Harry Potter.
The character changes. It was wonderful. Mr. Doyle you did a great job. thank you for sharing your voice.
Oh, yes. I like audios you feel as if you are watching it from the side lines.
Mr. Paolini write some more books like this and I will follow you everywhere you go. Thank you for such a great series of books.
I do enjoy these books, but as an avid Tolkien fan I must say that there are many elements and even dialogue portions that are taken from The Lord of the Rings. I am somewhat disappointed by the obvious copying.