Roy Dotrice is captivating as a narrator. He's perfect for this setting. It's been so long since Martin's last book in the series that it was good that I went back and listened to Books three and four before I listened to this one; otherwise, I would have been lost. I only hope it doesn't take him as long to produce another.
since I've listened to over 1250 audio books and mostly in fantasy, I would rank Redick's Chathrand series as in my top ten percent.
so many, probably the dialogue, love and committment of the two young lovers
Yes and as usual, he was superb
the end, I hated it. I was so disappointed. Made feel meloncholy. But hey, it was only fiction.
I'm a sap, what can I say. I wanted a sappy ending not a tragedy of a kind.
non stop action
Her continuous search for her limits of magical abilities and whether or not romance is in store
Ms. Gavin is so talented that you can individually detail each character.
Can't wait for the next one
Yes, If they have a few months of time. Once you get started, no way can you stop
Matt, I loved the way the author brought humor to this character.
Egwayne and Perrin Ybarra
The Dragon Reborn
yes, but hopefully it will have some different twist to the character
yes, She did well as usual
I'm beginning to wonder if our main character will ever decide to have a romance with Severen or Nightshade or just keep us in suspense for ever
The gambit of emotions touched sadness, humor, and joy with every book in the series. What a wonderful ending for a great series. I didn't want it to end.
The relationship and hardships endured by both Royce and Adrian.
He captivated my attention with every sentence. Many audio books make you have to go back and recap. Not this one. He did an excellent job.
It was well done and yes, I shed a few tears of sadness and joy
best audio book since the Wheel of Time series.
Fantastic story plot!
Mr. A and Sadie
He was great. Couldn't think anyone could have done better.
Not any one part. One of my favorite King novels
I really enjoyed the first half of the book. Ms Miller does a great job of setting the story plot regarding two people who have been misunderstood and fighting to overcome odds. The narrator is great. They meet, fall in love, all that. Where the story turns completely is when the man, goes crazy and now we enter the realm of the "Mad Scientist" who chases everyone including his lover to extinction. It becomes more of a B movie horror flick. The man changes people into giant armored plated vicious bugs. Then it abruptly ends. He of course is doomed. It looks like the girl is probably doomed as well as her interesting altruistic brother who gets it at the end. It reminds me of a soap opera where they kill off characters you grew an attachment with and now you are wondering if the author will let them go or bring them back. In the sequel we are waiting on someone new to rescue the world. I'll buy the next and hope it gets better.
A lot has been said about the narrator and even I thought at first it would be dissapointing. Though after an hour, I felt like Mr. Glover did a good job. The story didn't enthrall me like his last book. Perhaps this feeble mind could not grasp all this ectoplasma and when he could fight and when he was unable in his spirit form. All in all it wasn't a wasted credit. Expecting great things when his winter knight role comes to play.
Hate it when an audiobook won't allow me to sleep. It was so good that I had to keep listening. His historical references of that time were extraordinarily researched. I was skeptical about the story plot. I thought, why would I care about a building of a cathedral but it was riveting from the beginning. Kudos to Narrator John Lee. His voice made it easy to visualize.
I'm sorry, the narration is far too different. I picture a short bald man with glasses instead of our tall, lanky, super wizard.
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