Proof that it's still possible to write a truly unique take on a classic mystery genre. The eccentric personalities of each character in the book are given a distinct voice by the narrator, I truly hope the author explores this character further.
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In a story with few living characters and many more imaginary, yet forgetfully real characters, it is unfair to ask for a "favorite character". If I must pick one, it would be Stephen Leeds as that encompasses the majority of the cast.
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I very much enjoyed the performance of the narrator. The story came to life. Use Audible for bedtime stories to get to sleep. When the stories and narrations are good I try to find the point where I fell asleep to continue. That is always the case with this story.
Hello, my name is Teresa and I'm an addict.
An interesting view on Stephen's psychosis of his mental illness. To Stephen his personalities are tangible people and they learn or know things on their own without his genesis supplying facts. I actually read the second book in this series first because I happened to have gotten it free and it was also good, this one is my favorite from the two. Defiantly an original idea that will spur me on to reading more by Brandon Sanderson. My biggest complaint would be that it is not long enough. Narrator is great.
I am a fan of all of this author's writing. Mistborn is my favorite. You can depend on the story introducing you to a new way of looking at people and/or the laws of physics and nature we are used to applying to life. But some how Brandon presents it in a way that you get caught up in the story and for a while you stop questioning the premise. I would recommend his books.