Brandon Sanderson's writings are, of course, all excellent. This one is an interesting conceit that I'd love to see expanded into a full length book. The narration is good, but not great; nothing especially outstanding or bad about it. Worth a listen, though.
The only thing I didn't like about this story is that by the end of chapter 2 you understand the madness of the main character, and it just ends... Leaving you with the feeling that a dozen or so chapters are missing.
I had to come back to audible to make sure I got the entire story, I'm hoping that this was meant to be a sample to a larger story or there's going to be a series.
Although a little short for how clever an idea, It was a really great listen. That's my only complaint, that it ended to quickly, But it was very fun and I'd get the sequel.
This seems like it would be a good idea for a TV series: a detective who solves mysteries with help from his hallucinations ("This fall on NBC..."), but where it lost me was the supernatural element with the camera. There's not enough science in the science fiction to make it important to the reader as anything more a reason to send the character(s) on an adventure. I'm not sure if Sanderson wrote this to be a series, or a TV pilot, or a one-off, but I think with a little extra focus and polish, it could have been better.
Great new book that is NOT the same old thing in context. Very interesting, though short, but I want more but only after he writes more of the Way of Kings series!
I would recommend this audible book for a quick "read". intriguing concept, quick story. the male narrator did a good job of differentiating the many characters, real and imagined.
As I suggested earlier, the narrator Oliver Wyman did a good job at both separating the gender of the characters and also in expressing', with some degree of consistency, their personalities.
I might be somewhat prejudiced in my positive review because for me the price was so right..........FREE!
I would say it would depend on the cost. I received the book for free so it was worth it to me!
The story was entertaining.
I can't think of a particular book to compare Legion to.
I can't think of a favorite scene.
Blurring the line between reality and phycosis!!
You can't beat free! Brandon Sanderson pens an inventive story, one that you wish was longer but is still satisfying. I feel as though there was potential here for more, but then it wouldn't have been free...
Edge of seat.
The true source of the cameras power.
I liked all of the characters
Yes and did!
Shades of Sir Arther Conan Doyle.