The book doesn't stand out among any of the other books I've listened too. I just enjoy Mark Tufo's writing so far.
Can't make a comparison at this time.
Very descriptive fight scenes. Very cleverly done.
I was so glad when this ended. So tired of listening to it. Should've stopped at book1. There are just too many stories, and too many characters, going on. Difficult to keep track of them all in an audio book. Some scenes are too descriptive, making them longer than necessary.
Eliminated unnecessary characters and their stories.
I had no issues with the way it was written, or even the narrators. It was just very dull.
Ten minutes into a character's story and then onto another character to get a different perspective. Just one after another, after another, after another for the hour and a half I listened to it. Couldn't stand the thought of it continuing. Didn't want to keep listening to see if it did.
The narrator did a fine enough job.
Wheaton does a superb job with the story. He brings the characters to life.
Not one particular moment. There were many.
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