Seeing as one simply does not critique The Iliad...my goal in doing this review was to simply say that after reading the Iliad and also listening to the Iliad, I would have to recommend Audible's version as most enjoyable.
I listened to this entire book during a 24 hour sickness during which I couldn't even think about moving from the horizontal position. Having said that, my review might be a little biased as I was so appreciative of being transported to Sanderson's world. Sometimes I even miss the characters, but that could be the fever talking...
Very unique concepts in this story and the author definitely knows where he is going with the story the entire time. The narrator does a great job. Overall I would definitely recommend.
Robert Jordan's writing really takes you to his world. This is a beginning to a very long series, the narrators do a great job. I think that listening to this book is a preferable way to experience it.
James Marsters is Harry Dresdan. I won't listen to any book in this series that he isn't narrating.
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