Yes, The readers do a great job!
Name of the wind
The Riyria Chronicles
Did not want to stop reading it!
Seem to start slow as the world was built for us, but once it got going it was well worth the time and credit. Well thought out and a phenomenal setting reminiscent to me of Frank Herbert's Dune where the world is so different from our own yet the conflicts over power and wealth are much the same. The ending left me wanting more and I look forward to the next installment.
Great fantasy book!!! I became fully engulfed in the world. both narrators are very skilled and capture the characters well. I would recommend this to anyone.
This is my first Brandon Sanderson exposure and I am hooked. I am excited to start the next story. I will write a longer review when the series is complete.
This is a great book. It started a little weird and I found myself struggling to find my bearings, but it eventually leveled out and has had me captivated. I have not finished it yet, but I love it so far. Also, the performance of Michael Kramer has been amazing. His voices are great and he really draws you in. However, Kate's voice is a little weird at times. At first I thought she recorded every word in the dictionary and used a program to do her reading for her. In other words, it seems robotic. However, it is growing on me and getting a little better, but still weird. Nothing worth dwelling on, just worth noting.
Brandon Sanderson never disappoints. And neither do Michael Kramer and Kate Reading. I became a fan of all three listening to the Wheel of Time series. Then wanted to try out Sanderson's original work. Both Mistborn and Way of Kings are brilliant. Beautifully written, endearing engaging characters, clever intricate plots and magic systems, every bit as good as his Wheel of Time contributions and strikingly original.
Kramer and Reading's voices and accents are masterful, conveying the personality of the characters and making them each distinct.