This is at least my second time listening to this book. It moved along at a good pace and is interesting. The narrator is one of my favorites. I put him up there with the guy that narrates the Harry Potter books.
the story takes some time to start, then moves quickly. the reader does have a variety of voices for each character but he also seems to take long breaths. there were times I thought my phone has died he took such a long break.
Nv Native American, 1 room school house, hi school of 30, Raised 4-2& 2 ala Brady Bnch, lv audio books, home bound widow. M happy. Thnx AB.
There is a God of audio books! I was again tramping up and down the offerings from"home", my wish list, and "Browse Audible" Sci Fi section, becoming more frustrated by the minute! I didn't want to start a trilogy or series that only had one book out or have to listen to a book at least 10 years old that was a true "stand alone". Then there was the revel-
ation: an author by the name of Flanagan had a series that had a series and I stopped counting at 17! I located the first book, plunked down a credit, and the rest is history! John Keating was the narrator and he did a great job with the reading (probably because he didn't sound like he was reading it!). The Ruins of Gorlan is a zesty adventure had by students of a military school that has plenty of action, strife, bullies, heroism and good guys. And I've got at least 16 more to go!
Yes, this is one of my favorite paper back books, and it was read in a way that I could keep up with it.
I like the rise and fall of the action. One minute it's slow, the next it's almost too fast to keep up with, and you have to read or listen to a part again.
I like his annunciation and the pace he reads at. I had previously tried audiobooks and had a negative experience, but I found I could keep up with the story at the pace he read.
Yes. To avoid the worst of the spoilers- "I am a ranger."