I didn't mind the narrator, of course, he was a bit strange in the beginning but I like his normal narration voice.
Story was definitely worth reading!
the story line was awesome I was kept on the edge of my seat. The reader was an awesome performer I listened to the first book and the read wasn't as good bit in this one the reader was changed I liked this guy's performance better.
The story is mediocre. But the narrator gives a performance a meager shuffle beyond a text to voice application. Most of the time he has no inflection and an odd cadence. Occasionally he manages to get a spark of emotion to show, but that spark never catches, even for the entire scene. Just awful.
If I had not already read the novel a number of times I would have been turned off to further Goodkind books simply because of how horrible Jim Bond is as a narrator.
Ben Steins character in Ferris Beuller seems animated and interesting by comparison.
Mr Bond had no inflection or animation at any point in the reading. He blended all the characters into a lump of indestinguisable monotone animatrons.
Another narrator would be hard pressed to beat how awful he was in reading this book.
The story itself Is one I enjoy And have read a number of time. I highly recommend you buy the book and read it yourself.
The story is great like most of Goodkinds.
This book narration sounds very unprofessional. Like the narrators that read for free books.
I have listened to this ever sense it came out in audio. first were double sided cassette and the c d. now down loads. it is a very good series thank you. .
I love the first book and narrator. It never occured to me they would switch I wasn't able to get very far with his dry, monotone, computer voice. My husband and I will just have to get the book.