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It needed a male narrator for some of the parts.
The action is evenly mixed between dialog, and the characters adventures.
She did an excellent job on the female parts.
I do not think so. I would rent it, if I felt it was going to have good Cinematography, and I believable cast.
The action is evenly mixed between dialog, and the characters adventures. The characters are well developed, interesting, and introduced in all the right places. What I like most about the story is the characters are unpredictable but always consistently true to their character.
The main character could have had more support. As it was written, the main character was smart than any other character in the book. I have know it all.
He was good
The story is very under developed, but the character are very real and you will want to know how there story plays out. I cannot recommend this book unless you really have nothing else to read and are about to loose credits.
This book ranks in the top 30% of the books that I have read.
I cannot copare this book to any other, other than to say that this book is unique like all the stories of Sandersons.
They both bring subtle inflections the each character. So much so, that you know who is talking even before you pick-up where they left off.
The book made me laugh L.O.L. on many occasions. It also was able to surprise me which only happens every once and a while.
Way of Kings moves slow which is nice, as it gives you time to get familiar with all the P.O.V. that are paralleling in the story. Keep turning pages and by the middle you will have character you feel sorry for, respect, want to be, wish you had as a best friend, and want to die slow. I believe this book is a solid foundation to a great story.
No, I was hoping for some new tidbits of information.
The performance was lack luster.
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