I liked that the two tracks were very relaxing, the first one reminded me of yoga class when the teacher leads you thru corpse pose and relaxing each area of the body until your body is heavy, and your mind can calm itself.
I did not lose any weight, I did notice I wanted to buy more fitness things and use them, but for my experience- I actually gained weight.
Yes, its just a funny thought of a theater of people falling asleep to listen to messages delivered to their subconscience.
I liked his voice, but if you wake up during the later tracks, it is almost frightening. There is an echoing affect added to his voice, and an unusual rhythem added to the sea sounds. Its relaxing if you remain asleep/hypnotized, but really strange sounding if you wake up.
The mysteries of Elantris unfold, and you want to hear more. It is easy to get absorbed in the world Sanderson created, and feel deep compassion for the exiled Elantrians. The characters a deep, and reveal depth as the story continues.
I honestly only picked this up because I am a fan of The Wheel of Time series that Sanderson is helping to complete. I wanted to read one of his own original works, and liked it very much. Sanderson is doing his best, but no one can substitue Robert Jordan's voice. Sanderson shows his own fashion of story telling and the magic lore of this land is very intriging. I am not alone in wanting a sequel or series to follow this book.
Raoden, the prince of Arelon was performed best. But so was the villian, Hrathen (whom while listening, I thought was Rathen, and sounds similiar to Raoden, in fact most character's names end with "-den" making it a little tough to follow)
Yes, but that isn't realistic, givent the length. I listened at every free opportunity I had, and then wanted to listen to it again.
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