Frankly I would have to, there are so many aspects of this story, so many minute details that later come back to haunt you that re-listening to this book would be quite enjoyable. Not to mention the fact that story, reading and flow are all brilliant.
It's the pace, the mood and the accents. He has a good voice for action, intrigue, but also intimate moments.
We'll meet again, I know where, I know when. It's a tiny play on a song that is mentioned in the book. Incidentally I would also have that as the theme song for the trailer. Vera Lynn "We'll meet again".Incidentally I doubt this book could be made justice in a movie, It would on the other hand lend itself perfectly to the mini series format. There are just so many little facets that don't seem all that important at the time, that turn out to be crucial to the plot later.
As for the book and the story itself. It is simply breath taking, it has been years since I've had to stop an audiobook just to give myself the moment needed to gather my wits after the author simply turns my view of everything upside down in the most marvelous way I've experienced.
The Character's themselves are magnificent, human, brittle broken things, but still larger than life heroes doing their utmost to save what they believe in the most. This book and the one that comes after it are by far the best thing I've listened too / read in years. The integrate weave of plots that the author, and the characters weave around and through themselves will cause you to break out in shouts of horror, apprehension, delight and excitement all at the same time.
Truely Breathtaking work.
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