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Expected and predictable.
I thought the core, overall point(s), of the book was very good and applicable to life. It is very easy to listen to and understand. The story itself feels a little contrived at times, and Mr. Andrews narration took a little getting used to at the beginning.
The story and performance are incredible.
Everything from The Ways on...
Kate Reading doesn't read as much of the book as Michael Kramer, but both bring a slightly different quality to the book. Based on other reviews, I'm looking forward to seeing how they bring different aspects of the story to life as the story progresses from book to book.
I thought that Michael Kramer brought more to the experience in this book, but that may be because I was so used to his voice telling the story by the time Kate Reading's voice was introduced.
The wheel weaves as the wheel wills.
Not withstanding the buggy Audible app for Windows phone, the book itself was an incredible introduction into this genre for me. (Outside of Tolkien, of course). I was a little concerned at the beginning because the amount of detail that Robert Jordan goes into to describe everything almost caused me to put the book down. However, I decided to push through, and I am very glad I did, and after having finished the book, I'm actually appreciative of the amount of detail. The story is just rich! I'm looking forward to starting book 2 "The Great Hunt".
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