First time listening to a book narrated by Macleod but I felt he did a great job of capturing emotions and voices.
Sanderson is quickly becoming my favorite author. I love his writing style character development, and stories. Steelheart is a cool concept and I feel Sanderson delivers again.
audiobook lover into sci-fi and fantasy and anything else that is a break from the mundane. always looking for the next great book - any suggestions? let me know
It was an amazing story written by an amazing author. - you could very easily slip into the character's shoes and understand why he chooses to do what he does which draws you farther into the story
It made the objective so monumental that there was no hope in sight and showed how the characters dealt with their problems in a realistic way
I couldn't take my earphones out - i got snappish several times when people tried to talk to me as i went about my business engrossed in the story
I wish this book was longer or part of a series or something - the world created by Brandon Sanderson is so vivid and complex that you as the reader want to see how events unfold and continue to follow the action
I'm a teacher and a 30 year reader of genre fiction. Urban and Epic fantasy are my main jams.
I enjoyed the heck out of this book. Sanderson is still doing that stupid thing he does where he makes up a thematic swear word and beats it into the ground. (Like "Storm" In The Way of Kings") If I never hear the word "Sparks" again, i'm ok with that. Anyway--this is a nice re-take on the 'cosmic event gives people powers' paradigm. I love Macleod Andrews and have since I discovered him listening to Kadry's Sandman Slim series. This will be a fun series, thank God that Sanderson writes fast.
The ending leaves you wanting more.
He's awesome. Part of the reason why I'm looking for another one by him!
All of it. Great listen.
So this was a great book different from Sandersons but was great! lots of twists and exciting moments. The end of the book just shocked me! Macleod Andrews did a great job with the narration I enjoyed all his voices for each character. I would recommend this to all my friends and any one who wants to get into Brandon Sanderson books.
The story was so very difficult to lose myself in. The underlying concept was just so improbable and unbelievable, it was difficult to continue listening.
Mr Andrews is a very good narrator, but not well suited to a Scottish accent. His inability to do that character made the story difficult to follow.
I'm a big fan of Brandon Sanderson, but disappointed with this particular story.
I cannot say enough how much I enjoyed this audiobook. I thought the story was incredibly gripping and creative, and the characters were very appealing. I really was invested in finding out how the book was going to turn out. I like the way the author turned the typical superhero saga on its head. I was completely hooked from the intense opening prologue to the satisfying, although still suspenseful, ending. I am assuming that someone in Hollywood will make a movie from this, because it would be perfect for a movie. In fact, all along as I was listening I kept imagining how the movie version of a scene would appear. Finally, I have to say that the narrator was great. He had distinctive voices for all the characters and not one of them was annoying or grating. I look forward to hearing more from him in the future.
Steelheart was an amazing read. Andrews does a superb job with the voices and pacing that I felt he was the characters. Completely engrossing without getting in the way. Sanderson wrote a great book set in a dystopian future where the people with superpower are pretty much all villains.
It's a great spin on the superhero genre, now superheros are bad and enslave the "common" humans, but can the humans rise up and defeat their overlords? Honestly, I think I'm going to listen to this one again and again.