I haven't read the print version, but the audio is great-engrossing and well performed.
Portenia! Pocking wrench!
the great! accents and timing
nothing extreme sorry
The story starts slow-just like the farseer books, but eventually you get engrossed in the characters.
Narration left a lot to be desired-strange interpretations of many story points (too dramatic, or sad when the story was happy). An interesting accent as well-distracting for at least the first few minutes of any listen.
Nods to favorite TV shows
Yes, cause they will appreciate the nod to nerd-dom.
I'm not a PR firm.
Alloy of Law is somewhere in the high middle of the books I've listened to. It's great, but not anything mind blowing.
Great to see the mistborn world return!
The opening wild west scene is very memorable!
As with all Brandon Sanderson there are some slow parts.
It was totally interesting to see the mistborn world apply to progressing technology and the evolution of the society created in the first trilogy.
The writing is great (and come a long way from Elantris), the beginning is a little confusing as it's a new world and no introduction to it is given other than learning about the characters and the rules as they apply to their situations. I can't wait for the next one!
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