I don't think I can get past chapter three. The reader is so slow and the writing is so over-done that I'm having a hard time concentrating on the story... if there is a story to concentrate on that is. The descriptions are too wordy and the author uses too many metaphors. I'm not sure I need a table described to me in metaphor. It reminds me of a high school student aiming for a better grade by using bigger words. I thinking about counting the times the author uses the word "plume" and turning it into a drinking game.
Different reader reading a different book.
One of the best audiobooks though not one of the best books.
Fairly predictable throughout. The last part was a bit silly, as if the author was reaching to make a point.
This story is not captivating enough to have listened to it if read by someone else. The listener's interest is peaked by the way he reads the story. Beautiful
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