east peoria, illinois, United States | Member Since 2011
I will read again. Very entertaining. I am putting in on favorites list, right up there with Tolkein.
Love this book. Wondered at first if it was more of a teen novel, but glad I kept reading. The more I read, the harder it was to put it down. I am on the last book in the series to date, and I will miss it.
Awesome job. So smooth, she makes you feel like you are right there in the story.
No, but the suspense of the denied romance is killing me. Hope it it doesn't end like that.
Yes! Couldn't wait to see what happened next.
Great story. Not satisfied with ending. Hope that means there will be more.
How about one: comic book
Not one of my favorites but don't regret reading it. It wasn't quite what I expected but it kind of grew on me.
I think this is like his earlier novels. Which I am thankful for. Deep and thought provoking yet simple. He's gotten too much like Stephen King the last few years in my opinion. Too much violence.
Love the ending!
McLaren does a good job.
I like how Stirling has such an odd perspective of things. Fun to read.
Awesome as usual! He is the best in myopinion.
Not my favorite Sanderson book. But still enjoyable to read.
Don't know. Only listened to audio.
Some of these types of books are not enjoyable or easy to read. I did enjoy this one however and thought it had a good story.
In the first book poor Caladen just couldn't catch a break. An interesting story but a little depressing. I was very happy that this book while still very intense had a broader charactar and story base that relieved some of the gloom. If you liked the first book you will love this one.
Loved every minute.
Narration was great too.
I have to agree with some other comments about these stories being a wee bit drawn out and some, um, slightly unusual characters. But I enjoyed them anyway. A good book should stretch your imagination a little bit.
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