i would absolutely recommend this book to a friend. its intense, full of mystery, suspense, action, adventure, and its well written.
well, i am bias. ive read every other book that has Drizzt and Breunor Battlehammer in it, so the thing i liked best about this story was the battles. the end of Breunor was pretty epic as well.
this is the first of Victors performances ive listened to. i liked it.
the ending moved me, but thats because a major player in Salvatores books dies, its hard not to be moved by that.
its the same, just easier to read on the go
as far as how epic the book is, the only other comparable book is book 6 of the same series. well, maybe book 3 of the dark elf trilogy by R. A. Salvatore.
Paran literally running Hunter down through the dream and in the real world at the same time. i imagined this whole scene in slow motion in my head, probably some of the most powerful imagery of the whole series.
both, many many times. toward the end, i actually had to steel myself after swans death, i knew that there would be a lot of people that ive grown to love that were going to die, but it was still hard.
i didnt want to see it end, and most endings of other books and series' leave you disappointed and sometimes angry. but robert jordan and brandon sanderson did the most complete job of ending the series without leaving me either. the end wasnt so long that it seemed to drag on, nor was it so brief that you feel robbed for the buildup. it answered the questions regarding what will happen in the here and now, but left the questions of the future right where they belong, unknown. im personally thankful that they didnt attempt to answer the questions about the future of the Aiel, or how Rand and Moridin ended up in opposite bodies. All in all, perfect end to best fantasy fiction out there.
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