I love most books that transport me to another time and place & books that uplift my spirit.
I was hesitant about taking on the series after the amazing series with Elend & Vin but it was actually entertaining. I will continue on and see how this story pans out. I recommend it if you have doubts about continuing further. Story is different and so are the characters.
For some insane reason the publisher left out Sanderson's ingenious Broadsheets, which contain clues about this new world and probably huge clues for the sequels to come. It makes zero sense! If you are listening to this book, having never read it, you have no idea what you're missing out on. And if like me you downloaded this hoping it would give you a jump chance to refresh yourself for the next two books in the series, you're not going to be happy that these big parts of the novel have been left out. The appendix at the end isn't included either, with all the info about metals and the metallic arts. So you pretty much have to buy a copy of the book, in order to experience the story completely.
Wax because he's awesome.
He didn't overdo it on the voices like so many book readers do. His female voices in particular were good compared to the high, weird sounding falsetto most male readers use. Of course he only had three women to voice so maybe that's his limit.
Weird review format. Don't buy this because it's incomplete. I intend to return it.
If you read the original trilogy you will like this.
Even though a few hundred years later it does well starting a new series. Worth reading.
a boy from norway 23 years old. listen to audiobooks beacause i i hate reading, but i love the storys that are written down.
to short story! i want more, i really like the characters in this book and that this is 300 years after the main story line, but still he put in a lot of the event from that time inside;) great narrater. good job narrater, good job.
This was a fun audiobook. When listening in my car I would often arrive at my destination and feel sad that I had to turn it off. It has likable characters and an engaging plot. Sanderson delivers again!