Yes. Just listening to some of the dialogues spoken make WAY more impact than if you just read them.
Clepsydra - she is an enigmatic person. Very much like the Oracle from the Matrix movies, but with an action element.
He had a good voice, and different characters were well portrayed in different voices.
No. This is a book, I wanted to take some breaks with. This novel does have horror elements to it, but very subtly portrayed. It was exhaustingly detailed - but well put together.
This novel has a lot of harsh events, which are subtly mentioned in passing. 2, 3 or a few one can stomach. But, almost all scenes have people dying or talk of people dying or dead people in them! I didn't notice until half way through the novel, why I was feeling sick in the stomach listening to this novel. In the end, I figured out it was all the bleak events - kids dying, people being experimented upon, innocent people being starved, innocent victims, killing of people in who've suffered enough already, mass murder, mass destruction, mass murderers going on loose and collateral damage. AND, this is just the tip of it!
Be warned if you are someone who gets affected by the novels you are listening to. The only positive is that all these horrors are well blended, and not graphic. So, it's not easy to pick it out.
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