The most enjoyable aspect of this rendition was the transcription from page to voice in such a seamless, nearly
Shadow's phone call the night before he was released from jail was a very raw moment. Even as a listener I was caught in a brief moment of not knowing what to do next.
Shadow and Loki were done absolute justice by their performers!
The book itself. The story is unstoppable.
Dalinar. He is pure honor.
Shallan by Reading. Incredible.
Quit making books into movies.
Some inconsistent pronunciations from narrator to narrator (especially the name "Sadeas") lets you know that whoever was over this wasn't really paying much attention.
A more reasonable setting for the plot. The story was littered with unnecessary and unbelievable advancements in technology and social hierarchies that the author did not give any credentials to or explanations of. A better constructed ending would have also really helped this book out. As it is, the book seems to run out of room before the ending completes.
No, but it this book has made me wary of sticking with works for the author's sake. I downloaded this because it was Neil Stephenson and because I've fallen in love with his other works. I won't make that mistake again.
The performance was a bit flat and the recording quality was horrid, even when downloaded at high quality.
This book fostered disappointment in me. I bought into it's unbelievable plot and hung on for hours expecting it to pay off, and it never did.
If you loved Reamde like I did, do not get this book expecting a repeat performance.
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