My granddaughter loved listening to this book. The narrators voice is very soothing. The story is a bit different from the original.
I've been following this series for years, and this was a great ending read by a great narrator.
The conclusion goes along nicely, but the ending is abrupt and leaves you wondering. Actually, it's like the Peter Brett got tired of the series and just killed off the main characters to be rid of this trilogy and on to the next.
Between Pete Bradbury's long pauses, and Peter Brett's abrupt ending I don't thing I'll be buying any more of eithers books.
Pete Bradbury needs to really get rid of these long annoying pauses. I've got his name down on narrators I don't want to listen to again, to bad too, he has a great voice. The story line continues wonderfully though and since I bought all three books at the same time I'm on to the conclusion.
Really good story line, Narrator has long pauses at times I thought my phone turned off. The story was good enough to see past this poor narrator flaw.
From the 4 & 5 star reviews I expected something better than a "B" movie type book. The book is very slow and the main character is portrayed as a 70 year old teenager. Bethany, the main character is 70+ years old although she ages slowly she still looks young. But having 70+ years of experience has done nothing for her. So shows no sign of making good decisions, her decisions are still rash, and impulsive as a teens would be.
I've suffered through 6 chapters hoping it would get better as I bought both book 1 & 2 at the same time.
The narrators high pitched voice was another added annoyance.
I will steer clear of any other books by Krista D. Ball.and definitely away from any narration by Cori Samuel.
I wish there were half credits, this book is actually worth 2-1/2 credits. The story is slow throughout, uses sex scenes to keep interest but the story could be told in less time therefore to me not worth a whole credit.. The first half of of the book is a 29 yo female bitching about her upbringing and the second half she finally finds a boyfriend to ease her sexual cravings and then of course the plot??? Then the happy ending. Glad it's over.
The story was good but a lot of military ramblings that allowed my mind to wander. I like to know whats happening in the battle and how the characters set the scene but sometimes a little less is better.
And a lot of strong language, but I guess in a military camp there will be strong language. - - - I did keep wondering though 'Did they use that particular cuss word when the knights were around', then I'd think it's not actually earths timing but fantasy". As I said, This book did not keep my interest enough to keep my mind from wondering. It was like when you are cornered by someone at a gathering and they go on and on, and on and on, And you think "I really should pick up some milk on the way home"... And then they actually say something interesting or ask you a question, that's when you back the book up 30 seconds or so to hear what happened.
I gave it an overall 4 stars because although it's not my cup of tea, the main story itself was enjoyable (once you get past the babbling) and I'm sure there are some out there that would appreciate all that military babble.
Great story for Adults and children, Dick Hill make this series come to life. There are dragons, witches, faeries, wizards, gnomes, and more. A wonderful story that sucks you in with characters you really care about.
Paolini did it again in Eldest. I wasn't crazy about the voice change for Saphira but I got used to it after a bit. I don't know why authors and editors don't insist on consistency with the narrators and allow them to change things mid stream. Its frustrating but I would buy the book again even knowing this.
Eldest continues with a great and complex plot and characters that readers care about. Book 2 is also kid friendly. I've already downloaded book 3.
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