FINALLY! Terry went back to square one and wrote an excellent entry to this series. This book has wonderment and adventure in ways that the past few books haven't had. There is a slow middle section, but the last half of the book is gripping. Bravo to Jim Bond for being an excellent, "second place" narrator; no one can top Sam Tsoutsouvas - who is going to read the next two entries!! :D
Terry Goodkind spins a great tale. Also included are excellent studies on human nature, spirituality vs religiosity, and economic models and their unintended consequences! This series should be required reading for all high school seniors so they will have a realistic understanding of these topics prior to the liberal indoctrination of college professors!
The recording had background noise that was incredibly annoying. The volume was also lower than normal.
The book was a welcome change from the politics of the previous two.
I love this story so much that I am willing to listen to the narrator. I don't know why but it sounds a bit cheesy. Maybe I am just used to Jim Dale's amazing performance for all of the Harry Potter audio books.
first part of this book was slow and repetitive. I love the stories but the emphasis in this one droned on a bit.