I disagree with other reviewers who said book three was slow. I thought book 3 was more entertaining than the first two books. The build up to the end was well planned and connected. The book is not predictable. The characters have become well liked friends. The two readers are great the story would not be the same with out them.
I love the way the story keeps flowing from one book to the next in the series. This is the third and yet it doesn't loose any of its great characteristics as the first had. Always keeps me going.
The way Rand has changed, and how Perin is adjusting to his inevitible contact with the wolves and the way the lives of the main characters seem to be interconnected even if they are in different locations.
All of it really
The title of the book.
The book is good and if you are on book three you have a pretty good idea from the first and second what is to come. the author does pick up a slightly irritating habit of of over using simile, everything is fishing with the amerlyn and gambling with Mat.but that's not a huge deal. Kate reading was excellent but the male narrator was pretty stiff and terrible, he has a slightly shatner-esq delivery, and his voices leave a lot to be desired. for some reason though he is incredibly prolific as a narrator. I got used to it by the end of the book and his lameness would not stop me buying it, but it could be a lot better.
A good continuation of the previous books that keeps you on the edge of your seat. There are multiple converging storylines for each of the major characters that are going their own way, and fortunately the author has firm directions for each so you aren't left wondering where the individual stories are going.
In this book, Rand takes a bit of a backseat to allow the further development of the other characters that were painted more shallowly in previous books. But all have pleasing battles. It was also good to have Matt become a stronger person and less annoying.
This book is also excellent value for money when you look at the $/hour basis and especially when you look at the list price.
Nice reading. easy listening. I enjoyed it in the car and going to sleep or as a background while working.
None, this is my 1st audible book
Rand Althor (who else :-) )
There's a few spot where i wet my eyes. Poor guy.
Great reading, i hope the test of the story is just as good
I don't mind getting stuck in traffic...as long as I have an audio book playing.
I listened to the first two books so now I need to know what happens in the end. But there are too many tedious references and repetitions as you go from book to book. It is irritating.
I did not like the female narrator's voice. It made the characters seem somewhat unlikeable.
Each of the three main characters begin to come into what they each must become. The three women move forward into the one power.
Robert Jordan's passion continues, he moves the characters like stones on the board. :)
Wonderful story with rich characters. Rich voices. I just wish that the quality of the audio was bit better. It sounds very digital through the downloaded format.
I really liked this - how storylines were kept seperate and how they intertwined in the end and came together as one.