This book, the 3rd book in the Sword of Truth series, was just as good as the first two! The story is compelling and well written.
While many other reviewers have commented on and complained about the mispronunciation of names in this production, I found that these differences did not detract from the performance. The reader did an excellent job differentiating between characters with his voice, kept a good pace, and made the story even more interesting!
I would definitely recommend both the boom and audiobook!
I have been battling with the bad narrators throughout this series. the first narrator Sam tsou...something was pretty good.. a little too dramatic for me, but the next guy that did number 2 oh... horrible. so it's nice to actually get a decent performance
Another great book , really enjoyed it. Buck did a good job, but like everyone else , really wish they kept Sam to read the whole series. Other narrator have big shoes to fill.
the story was weirder than those before it. But i think it is fitting since our young protagonist is just getting into what it means to be this man of power. Games and magic and deception can even cause richard to act wrongly. I love his character and his live for the future attitude. I think he is really relatable and I like how he handles his mistakes. As for the performance: I found it somewhat difficult to track their voices. also a few simple words were mispronounced.
A most enjoyable installment in The Sword of Truth series. It does stand alone, for those who have not read it's predecessors, but (in my opinion) is much more satisfying when read as part of the series.