The way the author describes the main characters feelings about his passions. Like music
The amazing yet believable world created. I kept wanting to know more about its mysteries.
Yes if I had the time. I have actually listened to it twice. Very rare with any of my audible books.
The best book I have ever read/listened to. Hands down my all time favourite Just wish the third was out already.
Ah my old enemy......
This has to be the best narration I have ever heard, the storey is great the characters are so real but what makes this one of best is the narration. This is winner on all counts, value for credit, believable magic not overused, believable flawed characters, engaging storey and did I mention the best narration. And to top it off there are two more in the series as well as two side novels. Win win win
I found this book fantastic value for a credit, I just hate waiting for the next ones to be written. This book does introduce numerous characters who I had difficulty remembering and did sometimes drag a little. However the storey evolves at a good pace, after the start, and the action and storey development is worth the wait. I admit I wasn't much a fan of the wheel of time but I found this much more palatable.
This was interesting, I found the storey good in depth and characters engaging. But the narration really does a number on this one.
I found this one particularly fun near the start with all the developments. The main character was intriguing and really brought to life by the narrator. Then about half way through it started to get a bit hard to swallow. Still entertaining enough to continue but I wasn't hanging out to get the next in the serious immediately.
Plenty of inventive fights
Each characters "magic" and the techniques they employ it in fight scenarios.
If you tried Monster Hunters International and found the action good but the storey a bit weak you might find this much more entertaining as well as more interesting characters.
Most-The main characters unconventionally
Least-Gets fairly boring in places.
I found this one pretty tuff to get through. Its defiantly different and dark and has good scenes but is let down for me by its tendency to drag in spots.
Discovering the mysteries of the "ship" and how the society evolves on it.
None in particular. Mostly why I liked it so much.
A great book to get really absorbed in with it's revelations and future tech.
As you find more and more about the chandrian, Kvothe's progress in the school and the secrets of the university you only want more more more.
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