Made it fun to listen/read along
the Druids at Paranor
Enjoyed the book so that I returned to the original book and started reading the entire series. I helps fill in the details of this book to go back and find out the history which was in the previous books.
I found the authors site and a reading list for catching up with the series and began the series from the beginning.
An improvement would have been a better writer. His use of acronyms were irritating at first, then in places, just so frequent that they took away from the story. I found myself losing the point of the story trying to follow the confusing alphabetic jumbles.
Never again one of these novels.
HATED IT! He sounded like a cross between a bad news announcer and a Rod Sterling wannabe. He has no emotion at all in his delivery of dialogue and he sounds as if reading a line at a time across a script page instead of reading the sentence, any sentence.
The entire book.
I will NEVER listen to a book again by this narrator. And the author is questionable in my list of bad 'Riter's'
Depressing, Downer, Upsetting
Would have liked a more uplifting and positive ending to the series. I found the last book very upsetting to read. The whole of the story was very oppressive.
Other books of this series.
Following the story after the first book, The Hunger Games. Seeing what happens to all the characters as the story continues.
Even more excitement, including another games, new characters, and a further understanding of this bizarre culture.
Easy to listen to
Thoroughly enjoyed the continuation of the story
Not likely since he's dead
Interesting to find out more about the comedy of the funnyman.
Having his brother reading with that voice sounding so much like his brother it really made it seem like he was telling the stories.
Enjoyed, but a little disturbing hearing the oddities of a man's life.
Only if it were coming out as a film
The unusual events that lead to the reporter chasing the story to understand what was going on.
The events when the phenomenon began.
Found it good escapism.
Very high with much anticipation of the series ahead.
The fantasy setting is very nice to escape into
The great Druid, Allanon
Only to find certain details as reading further on in the series
When Shea first tried using the Elfstones and had to dig deep within himself to get them to work.
He creates such vivid characters just with his voice. It truly brings to life the different characters fleshing them out to where you can visualize them by their voices.
It really kept my interest
Grand escapism adventure!
Love adventure/quest stories
Most with Slanter
Another Quest begins
Scott Brick really does a good job creating characters who can be kept up with solely by the voice.
Fitting description of the main character Lisbeth.
Lisbeth really does kick butt! A great flawed female who may be an outsider but does she ever make pay-back a sweet ride.
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