The final showdown is a little anticlimactic, otherwise well written and easy to listen to. Forsight that their are subsequent novels to come is reassuring that some of the unfulfilled storylines introduced throughout the story will eventually be given substance.
First book feels like a re-imagining of LotR, FotR. However the story telling and world building is cohesive enough to keep my attention, and set up promise for quite the epic series. While I found the first book to be alright, I am now convinced the rest of the series will be fantastic.
Love the escape of reading....Reading keeps me sane....
This audible version brings the book to life.
All of them
The balance keeps it interesting and increases the readability
would like to but too long
I love Michael Kramer and Kate Reading, but you can tell this is an older audio book because they sound so much younger and not quite as experienced. Great narrators none the less! Can't wait to start the next book in the series.
This is more than a book. It is a window into a world. It is an invitation to know a group of extraordinary people on a very personal level. It becomes a part of your life. You hope and dream with these people and laugh and cry for them. It is real in the ultimate realm of ideas and you can go there to visit, if you choose.
I started reading this series years ago and lost my way about halfway through and decided to return to it with audio books which gives me more opportunity to stick to it. Coming back to Wheel of Time has so far been worth it, I had forgotten how well written it is and that it certainly keeps you wanting to read on.
At first I was not too excited with the male narrator but he definitely grew on me as the book continued. Still not sure of the female, knowing where the series will go, I see the point of the dual narration, just not sure if I will totally like it.
this is one of the best stories ever. I hope we get a movie out of this soon.