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.
if you listen to the books in order you will be unable to denie that this is a master piece of a story. The characters are deep and the story is rich in forshadow for the rest of the saga. The development of the story and characters is very well done and the classic story of good vs evil is superbly told through these books.
I have no regret at getting completely lost in this amazing story, and you won't either. My other favorites are: Eragon, Elantris, Out of the Silent Planet, and some non-sci-fi like: Jeffrey Archer, Dickens, Austen, etc. So if you liked any of those, I bet you will like these books. Let the story wrap you up, it takes a while, trust me though, when I say half way through the first book you'll be hooked! Enjoy!
Another great work from Jordan as he continues the story of Rand and his friends from the Two Rivers. Jordan's style, which is rich and evocative, is brought to life with great reading and character representation from the narrators.
Rand is going at it again but this time he finds that life can hand you a different hand. keep you ears open because you never know what you will hear.