Definitely my least favorite book in the series. Michael Kramer is great as always. I enjoy Kate Reading as well save for a few pronunciations and inflections. I really only recommend this one as a bridge between books 7 and 9.
This is a great piece of speculative fiction. The plot quickly moves to explain Legion's complex psychological attributes and the quirk's associated with it, then dives right into the thick of the story. It's a wonderful listen for when you just need something to listen to on a couple-hour drive.
The plot and actions of the characters can be rather cliche at times, but overall this was a very entertaining listen. The main characters have a lot of personality which is brought to life in full by Tim Gerard Reynold's narrative portrayal. The plot can be predictable at times, but it doesn't detract from the enjoyment of the novel. Sullivan does a great job of directing the focus of the series to keep the story moving and tying up loose ends before it all ends.
I was skeptical of a ghost writer finishing the series at first, but Brandon Sanderson stays true to the personality of the characters while progressing the plot along swiftly. This book is now among my favorites of the series.
Kramer and Reading are great as always.
The story isn't bad, but the narration is fantastic. Highly recommended simply for Doyle's voices.
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