I love the story and hearing the words from the book.
The extensiveness of characters. You fall in love with each character and hate them once in awhile.
Rand Al'Thor and Nynaeve Al'mere
I really love the whole experience of audio
This was the conclusion of a long love affair with The Wheel of Time. It is always sad when a story comes to an end and you say goodbye to the characters within the book. I have been following these particular characters over several years and through 14 books! It was a good ending!
When the dread lords were all turned to crystal. It was a bitter sweat moment.
Free will is everything!
I really loved this series until this last book. It's boring and drawn out. Two of my favorite narrators.
This last book was so strung out it was a snoozer.
They are both excellent narrators making the characters come to life.
Did I say this final book was a huge disappointment?
3 kids, 2 moms, 2 dogs, 1 GREAT husband all in one house. Busy life - listening to books is the best escape I have found since I can't seem to find the time to read.
Fulfilling, Memorable, riviting
When Egwaine died
their passion, they did not just read it, they performed it, which makes all the difference in the world when you are listening to a book that is the end of a series you started 15 to 20 years ago.
Yes, however that is unrealistic, I can only go to the grocery store so many time before my family wants to go along.
I started reading this series in my early twenties and started listening to it in my early forties. I am now in my mid forties and very pleased with the ending and the fact the Brandon Sanderson was able to maintain the characters that Robert Jordan had brought to life for me so long ago.
This is a must have if you liked the series...listen to the other books first
None. This is the only book that ends an epic fantasy saga.
If icould have listened in one sitting I would have
No. I ran out of steam for WoT.
Brandon Sanderson for sure, his other work is great.
This series should have ended in 6 or 7. It went on so long, I don't care any more. Seem like a waste of time in retrospect.
Yes. I've read/listened to all of the WOT books numerous times. This one will be no exception.
Rand. His character finally received the focus it's been sorely lacking, allowing the listener to identify and empathize with him again.
Yes. They've both done an exceptional job with the WOT series. I would gladly listen to them again.
spoiler:------------------------------------------ the sacrifice of Egwene
A very enjoyable end to 20 years of waiting.
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.