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A blend of Game of Thrones, Sword of Truth and Eon, with a touch of Assassin's Creed. The characters have great depth. You'll want to like and despise them all, both at different times and simultaneously. Filled with twists and turns, dripping with passion, with elements of the fantastical all while grounded in a world that feels as tall as yours and mine.
loved every moment. I can't wait to get the next two books in the series. if you looking for a read that lets you escape and draws you in, then this is a great book to try.
Every book I get is one I have read. This is one of my favorite series. That being said the narrator for this one is almost unbearable.
I spoke with customer support and the so called guaranty was not even offered.
I will be canceling my subscription because of it.
Took a little bit for me to get used to the darker story and since this was the first time reading/listening to Brent Weeks story; it took a bit of adjusting to his style. After the formalities, the book was really impressive! My only complaint was that there is little character development, in the end you get it, but there are lots of characters that should have more of a backstory. Maybe in the second and third books you'll find out more about them. The narration was a great performance. I've read excellent books, and listened to the audio of those books and the narrator butchers the story; not the case here.
I don't know what all the others say that this isn't a great great book that everything was perfect the story of the Nadda to all the naysayers saying that it was not this not that it was all that it was a great book and a great listener and I'm buying the other three
Only thing I could criticize is small and petty...the narrator pronounced secreted as 'secrete'd instead of 'secret'ed, but I understood why that could be mispronounced. It was good! Recommended