Thrilling, Epic, Satisfying
It really stands alone but if you enjoyed Brandon Sanderson's completion of Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series, you should definitely check out his book series - Mistborn and Way of Kings.
Michael Kramer and Kate Reading are a fantastic narration team. Their characters are performed expertly with great separation and flow.
If you enjoyed the other 13 books in the series, expect to experience the full range of emotions in this epic conclusion.
Even with the passing of Robert, Brian does a great job of continuing the story, and keeping with Mr. Jordans writing style.
The battles are well writen, you can invision everything as they happen.
They both do a great job of portraying the carracters; this i'm sure being difficult with the vast number in the story. Mr Kramer especially has a different tone and sound for each he speaks as.
As always, very difficult to stop reading
A Wonderful Book!
When all the nations worked together for peace.
Heard them all...in Wheel of Time series...they did a wonderful job...
Must read series
Lord of the rings
Yes, but its so long that's not really possible
A fantastic end to a great story
Yes, If they have a few months of time. Once you get started, no way can you stop
Matt, I loved the way the author brought humor to this character.
Egwayne and Perrin Ybarra
The Dragon Reborn
The narrators were great. The sound quality was perfect. And of course if you're looking at downloading this audiobook then you should already have read/listened to the other 13 books so I don't really have to comment on the quality of the story. And on a side note, I love the Android app for the quick bookmarking feature. Very useful.
Yes I would recommend it, in fact I have. It is a very good read. I spend many hours driving, and this was a good way to pass the time without relying on the radio
That it is finally finished, and finished the way that Jordan wanted it. It kept you guessing on who will survive, and who wouldn't most of the way through. Also it finally has Lan doing what he does best.
They both kept about the same pace, and changed inflections of their voice dependent on the character.
Yes there were several moments that moved me along much of the emotional spectrum.
This book is about 50-100 pages to long. From what I have heard from interviews with Sanderson, he really tried to give homage to Jordan and really encapsulate his writting style for the series. Unfortunatly the attempt was more like books 5-9 which were the worst of the series. Don't get me wrong, this is a good book. It is well written with great attention to detail although sometimes to much attention which is why I said it could have been about 50-100 pages shorter.
Yes I would recommend it especialy to anyone who has followed the series. Not so much to those that havn't.
Absolutely, but begin at the beginning with Book 1.
I have audio books of the complete Wheel of Time series. Michael Kramer and Kate Reading's performances are without measure. Their readings, voice changes, inflections, etc., etc. are incredible.
How could one not laugh and cry with Michael Kramer and Kate Reading's performances.
What an ending of an absolute classic. And Harriet, what a beginning of a new series. Brandon Sanderson?