continued, slow, lost me for a bit
I would, as long as they read the first one and REALLY liked it. I think this book is a bit slower and you really must be invested to finish it.
she gives emotion, dont really realized that i'm listening to someone telling a story, feels like I'm just reading it in my head.
Not particularly. The first one was, this one I didn't connect with as much
It kept moving, and never stayed in one place too long
That I felt surprised each time they discovered something, I coudln't easily predict where the book was going
Laugh, no tears though
A good way to spend your time
Thrilling, Explaining, Complex
Um maybe the Lion the Witch and the Wordrobe, but more exciting?
Its cool to have different voices to recognize. But it made it hard to listen to the 3rd one because I was so use to certain voices, that when they were different in the last book I became a little confused at first.
It was a little corny though with all the dramatic music.
I gasped out loud at some deaths I was not expecting. Glad that I didn't have to wait to listen to the thrid
Wish I would have read it long ago, but glad I'm getting to it now
I haven't read the book in print but I did appreciate that the characters perspectives were from different voices.
Um, Not sure its pretty different. Its about high school and friendship so any book slike that but it tells it in a different way
a lot of comic tones.
yes! 100% both ways
I loved getting the insight into the mind of someone who obviously processes the world differently
This is the same question as above
For the most part.
I was confused at the beginning but that was because I had no idea what it was about. The further I read the more I wanted to listen.
Don't be weirded out about the chapters! I thought it was broken at first, but they're suppose to skip.
exciting, engaging, great
the final battle!
All the scenes revealing connections between magisters and soul eaters
loved it, thought the book wrapped everything up nicely
DON'T END YET
Finally getting some answers, and seeing the characters moving forward
Any with Newt
Cried a lot, it was a rough one
I'm not sure if I'll read the prequel or not, because I'm not sure if I want to open that can of worms of reading what happened directly after the flares. Maybe it's time to just let this live the life of its own and give me some time to mourn the ending of a book.
I like the step by step fashion the book follows, where every chapter gives you a break and a chance to start applying these new techniques.
Very much so. It presents a new way to think about will power
YES! lots of examples
nothing, it was fine
I would, I enjoyed listening (although I think I may have gotten a little more emotionally attached had I read it myself). Regardless, it really makes you think about things that make people (or maybe just me) uncomfortable, in a way that makes you feel safe while trying to figure out what you believe.
I'm not quite sure. It was different than a lot of books I've read before...
They are making a movie of this and the tag line is some infinities are bigger than others. I think I related to that and to the thing about pain is that it demands to be felt.
keep a box of kleenex near
The fact that I found a Science Fiction book that I followed quickly, which is not normal.
The creation of a whole world, and a war. And the idea that the story depends on a small boy. Very much use to the hero being a full grown man. it changes the nature of the story quite a bit. Harder to guess what the kid is thinking which makes the book more interesting to me.
Yes, although it was funny to hear a grown man voicing a 7 year old boy
No but I did react in a surprising way! The ned caught me off gaurd
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