CLEAR TIME TABLE DEVELOPING. TIEING UP LOOSE ENDS. LESSER CHARACTERS BECOMMING MORE PERSONABLE
THE DETAILS AND DISCRIPTIONS ARE NOT SLACKINBG OFF AT ALL
THEY HAVE BOTH REALLY BECOME THESE CHARACTERS. TOGETHER THEY STRIKE JUST THE RIGHT BALANCE. THERE ARE SO MANY DIVERSE CHARACTERS AND CULTURES IN THIS STORY IT WOULD BE HARD TO DO THEM ALL JUSTICE IF YOU WERE READING IT. AS A 10 YEAR MEMBER I HAVE COME TO UNDERSTAND THAT MORE AND MORE.
TO MUCH GOING ON TO SINGLE ONE MOMENT OUT
I once read an interview with Brandon Sanderson in which he said he was a life long fan of the late R.J. As an avid fan myself I can assure you he meant it! Only such a person could pick this up and continue the series without so much as a hiccup. If no one told you you wouldn't know it wasn't Robert Jordan. The story of Rand and the adventures of his inner circle have dominated the first books. In this one the details and less mentioned characters are beginning to come together. The circle is getting tighter and soon they will all be together and heading in the same direction. As for narrators I can't imagine anyone but Michael and Kate taking us all to the end. They are clearly into this for their own sakes at this point. I've listened to this series twice assuming the next volume would be out when I got there only to get ticked when it wasn't. Now I'm worried it will be over soon. I guess thats what a good book is? Jeff
I've been with audible 7 years and don't write many reviews. I see many others have already written reviews. I will just add my voice to say this is a good little book. Reading does an excellant job. She is the female voice for all of the Robert Jordan books. Jeff
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