OSC is a wonderfully talented writer of science fiction. The reader (listener) feels a close personal relationship with well developed characters. The narration is excellent, and draws you into the story. I just loved it
Sure I would...it is kinda like time travel.
The ablilty for the main character to be able to open a gate and transport himself just where he wanted to be.
Nope have never read any of their books.
None that I can think of at this time.
I like this world. The mix of myth and legend and its explaination in relationship to our world is very entertaining
I love to read and since 2011 I have been mostly listening to audiobooks because oftentimes there is nothing like a good narrator.
In the Top 3. Easily.
I can't single out one thing. I'm sorry. The humor is awesome. I laughed out loud literally at more than one place. I never do that. The magic is well written and very imaginative. The characters are believeable. This book has so much going for it that I do not doubt for one second that it will not become one of the most well known and read titles in this genre.
They kept me listening. Stefan was awesome from the start and Emily took a little time to pull me in but by the mid point of the book, I had trouble putting it down. I wanted to listen to it unfold all day.
When Danny turns 16 and he finally realizes who is important in his life and that
I can't stress enough how awesome this book is. I can't wait for the next in the series. Every time I think I have the author figured out and I think I can predict where he is going with the story, he throws in a loop and goes off in unexpected directions.
I really, really, REALLY recommend this book. You are not a true fantasy fan until you read this book. It is that good.
The book is well written and read. The story captivated me from the beginning and I couldn't wait to know what would happen next. Really worth getting
The main character is in his teens, yet the man narrating is obviously older, so that was sort-of odd, but he does a good job none-the-less. The female narrator does a fantastic job, especially since she's narrating a man half of the time (I also loved her voice in general!).
The first part is a bit slow, especially when he gets into figuring out how to go about using his own gift (not really a spoiler), but it picks up after that. I think that Card started out slowly because he knew he was writing multiples so hopefully the ones after this have more action and heart.
I see a lot of potential later on, because there is a lot of room to move around within the world that Card sets this in, so it's a good starter book for a series.
If you are a Orson Scott Card fan you will like this book. Only problem is I read this book before anymore in the series has come out.
Love Sci Fi and Fantasy books since I was 8, starting reading A Princess of Mars series in Junior High School thanks to my Uncle Lester.
I liked this a lot, and will read more of his work. This was very interesting with a good plot and character development.
Disciple of the written word and Audible fanatic. I am an Urban and Epic Fantasy Fan. I also enjoy some Paranormal Romance.
Percy Jackson series comes closest to this series because he is a young boy in a mythical
The readers added depth and character to the story. I liked two readers because you never got confused about where you were in the story.
The death of the child was very moving and I think will add understanding to the character of Wad later
I am very excited with this series and was pleasantly surprised by the appearance of OSC himself at the afterwards
I wouldn't know, hadn't read the print version.
I liked Danny better.
The male voice was great. The female voice was good. Together, they weren't so good. The woman told the story in a more playful way and that character wasn't so playful and the male voice was a bit more serious and the character was not so serious. That being said, it is worth a buy and a listen. I'm looking forward to the Gate Thief. I would have much preferred one or the other. The change overs actually hurt my ears and jolted me out of the story.