I absolutely love the game of throne books by George RR Martin and I love the television show is actually the ringtone of my phone right now. I find these books to be just as good if not better and I can't wait for warheart
Unsure. I'm not a HUGE fan of fantasy, so while this has been harder for me to get through it might fly by for another reader.
I would have to say "no". I could tell when Zed was talking, could hardly tell the difference between the rest though.
I believe its a part of a series, so yes?
I was enjoying this book at first, the writing and narration both, but then both went downhill. The story has been dully repetitive and the narration is too difficult to listen to without adjusting the volume up and down a lot. Whispers one second and practically shouting the next. I love enthusiasm in narration, don't get me wrong! But some people are better than others at keeping the levels even.
The idea of the story is fantastic. The only issue of the Terry Goodkind likes to say the same thing over and over again. Aside from the tedium of repetition (which is easily 6 hours of the book) it is a fantastic read. The performance is good but not amazing aside from his Zed.
I don't like repeating what others have shared, but this book rocked my sci-fi mystical world. Thank you Terry. 20 plus years to find this gem ... and the narrator .. AWESOME!!!
Some of the phrasing and concepts seem very childish. Then they throw in violent rape and other evil acts all over the places. It's okay. I wish the good was described and written as well as the evil acts.
This is my favorite audiobook I have listened to so far!
Richard is my favorite character because he is learns from his mistakes to only better himself each and every time. He is also just more so than just because he is the Seeker.
I really enjoyed Sam's voice. I felt like I was being told a story from the heart rather than someone just reading a book to me.
I laughed and cried many times in this book. I also got very nervous at times because the writer does such a good job making you think the character you love is going to be lost. It was so good I am a little hesitant to start the next book because of the emotional journey I know I will go on.
I loved this book so much I plan on purchasing every one from this series. I was saddened to see so many different narrators though. A person gets used to how the character sounds and so I don't see the benefit of switching narrators constantly. Fingers crossed that they are as good as Sam Tsoutsouvas.