North Carolina | Member Since 2011
I haven't this much fun with a book in a while. The book is so much fun in not only the quirkiness of the characters but the great story telling as well. The banter between chapters is funny and great.
Can I just say that it's so hard to nail down just one part because it is non stop from beginning to end.
Her voice is perfect for this book and it's sometimes dry wit which requires good timing. Great read.
I found myself sneaking of on breaks at work to listen to it. Not a very productive couple of days there.
Well writing and we'll read I highly recommend it!
One of my favorite series of books is The Legend of Drizzt by R.R. Salvatore. Even if you are not a fan of Dungeons and Dragons this epic series is one of the best ever written. If you haven't read any of the books you need to stop here and start with the first book called Homeland. For you fans it is good to see the companions make a come back to be together again. This book does not contain much as far as Drizzt is concerned but it was interesting to see how Mr. Salvatore was going to get Catti-brie, Bruenor, and Regis back from the dead. But all things are possible when the God's step in.
I think the separate journeys the three take helps reshapes their lives and exercise some of the demons they had before their deaths. When they finally make their way back to rescue Drizzt the little suprise at the end was a nice touch.
I have always loved Victor's work in the series because of his ability to capture the raw emotion of the scenes. As he reads I can feel the pain and joy of the characters as they go through their different journeys. Another masterful job.
If I had enough time to sit through it all in one sitting you bet I would.
I'm looking forward to the new books coming this year.
A great performance to one of my favorite series from one of the best fantasy writers. Any of the young listeners to get to know one of the best writers in America.
Corwin is just the glue that pushes this story along.
Tough to pin down just one but I love the interaction between Corwin and Random. Great banter.
As a young man I spent a great deal of my time reading the Chronicles of Amber. I became Corwin in his Adventures to Amber and into shadow. Sign of the Unicorn points us towards the climax of the chronicles. This reading, sorry, performance is just how it played out in my mind. Great job.
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