R A Salvatore seems to have run out of ideas. The same stories are being retold with a slight twist.
He's also succumbing to Monty Haul syndrome: each encounter has to be with increasingly power monsters.
I suppose killing off characters is easier than trying character development.
Enjoyable but feeling tired.
though it is sad to listen to the end of beloved characters, as with all our lives, every begging must have an end. I appreciate the creative and comforting closure to the storey of the dwarven king and his trusted body guard. Quite a treat to have stalwart Puent there for the gran finalé.
overall good story line. But a lot of time passed in this story compared to others. Also a few characters voices was changed which seemed uncharacteristic of the narrator. However still a great story as always.
I liked it a lot. I feel like there should be alternationa between haracters, especially make and female because it's harder to relate to the female characters when a slightly off brand male voice is reading it. just how I feel. great book otherwise.
Always a big fan of Salvatore. Narration volume was all over the place to me, at points it sounded like he was whispering, which made it hard to ignore. Did a solid job for character voices.