I think I would try because the book had good ideas.
Focus on the main characters he introduced from the beginning, shorten the first act, and strengthen the second and third act.
Kind of, unfortunately, I always think it's weird when there's one voice for all of the characters but that can't always be helped.
I love fantasy and I will always read fantasy novels, and the Throne of the Crescent Moon did inspire me to continue to look for novels set in a middle eastern fantasy world.
While the book started out strong- awesome ideas, cool characters, and a great setting, the story failed to deliver. The new characters introduced were boring and some of them were cliche. The second act slowed to a screeching halt. The third act quickened a little, but over all, I didn't enjoy the second half of the novel. Honestly, I don't think I would recommend this audiobook. If people are interested in trying the book out for themselves because it does start out pretty great, I would suggest just buying the book or the ebook because it's cheaper. Otherwise, save your credits.
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