Michael Kramer and Kate bring to life the world of the Wheel of Time.
The Flame of Tar Valon. Can't tell more without spoilers, but it was a powerful passage in the book and the narrator really makes it memorable.
The way they give a unique voice to the myriad of characters is amazing.
I would love to, but at 41 hours, that's just not possible.
Great series conclusion.
LAN, he is the man
They really bring the story to life.
Yes, I lost much sleep because of this book.
It is over
Rand al'Thor, protagonist, hero makes good in the best way - unexpectedly.
The fight scene where Lan slew Demandred
This epic, which I began reading about a week after The Eye of the World was released to paperback, closes in a very satisfying way, with loose ends tied up, but with plenty of possible spin-off stories available for Brandon Sanderson - if he has the gumption to tackle them. Great Read.
This book was an excellent wrap up to the series, I'm sad it's over but I think Sanderson did a good job. I doubt there is much I can offer in the way of a review that the rest of you haven't already said. So I'm just here to offer my support.
Matt or Noti the rapscallion was my favorite, closely followed by Min:D
I was really impressed by the way this series ended. Many long series end up being over or under written at the end, as though the author wasn't sure how to end it. Happily this was not one. Impressive end to a legendary series.
The full series clocks in at 461 hours (I think). I just reread all of them in about 5 months (on 2X narrator speed). I love the characters and story and was very satisfied with the ending. I would of loved a 50 or 100 years later epilogue but I still found myself satisfied and a little awed that my adventurers with the characters ( who at this point seem like close friends ) is over. Well done Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson. Michael Kramer and Kate Reading have a done a fantastic job as well with all the books. I am so glad they used the same narrators for all. Perhaps someday the 2 unfinished prequels will be written and I can go back through this series again. I cant say enough good things about it.
i can not honestly say i did not read it. I really enjoyed the audio version of the book though
Rand was my favorite, because he overcame so much and learned to except help and to take control when needed
yes they really helped bring the book alive in my imagination
it made me go through a gambit of emotions, from laughter to anger
It was a great series and this was a great book and finish to the series
I'm the most boring person on the planet.
Yes, but I will have to wait many years. This epic spanned a great many years of my life, it was a story worthy of waiting, of thought. Listening to the entire series from front to back will have to come when I have the time to devote to it, and perhaps I've forgotten a thing or two about it.
The ending. A fitting end and great tribute by Sanderson to Jordan, for all of us. As it ended, I couldn't stop grinning, but I did not want it to be finally complete. Tear.
Absolute giants in the performance of audiobooks. It was great listening to them back and forth between chapters, depending on if the main theme of the chapter involved a female voice (Kate) or was male voice (Kramer). Whoever decided to break up the story this way was a genius.
I'm am perpetually irritated by this question by Audible. No, it is TOO long to listen to in one sitting, quit asking this stupid question.
Sanderson did an excellent job of bringing Jordan's magnificence to fruition. We will all be forever in his debt for finishing the vision Jordan created and captured our imaginations with. Thank you Sanderson. Godspeed Jordan.
The story ends at last, this one took its time... I think that most fans will very much appreciate this last book.
I really liked the narrative. I actually enjoyed the audiobook more than I did the written version!
If you are somebody who had read the series: you almost don't need a review. :-) This was my first WOT book that I got in audio form, sceptical - but it was really a succes!
For somebody who doesn't know the series: better start at book 1 and work your way through.
Historical Fiction, Sci-fi, fantasy
Brandon Sanderson was masterful in his finish to Robert Jordan's series. I waited a long time for this series to end, and it was worth the wait. Michael Kramer is superb. Kate Reading is pretty good. The Wheel of Time has no ending but this ending was great!