Action, Struggle, Incredible.
Yes. Ralph is always outstanding. I would consider him one of, if not the best narrator I've listened to.
The scenes from Toc the Younger and the description of T'ool and the Seguleh and their skill are really great for me.
So far this book is a front runner for best audiobook that I've listened to. The action and pace is steady even while maintaining the most fleshed out setting, history, atmosphere of any series of books I've ever read.
The in depth pervasive environment, history, well fleshed out characters. It's an epic fantasy realm unlike any other.
The kick-off to a great series!
He is probably one of the better readers I've listened to, perhaps the best. The Malazan books are full of different cultures, characters, languages, etc. and I think the reader does a great job at trying to create different accents, styles of speach, and attitudes for each character.
The first 30+ hour movie!
Why did he give Khalam a nasaly voice?! I am seriously holding this against the reader. I imagine Khalam as almost Khal Drogo-ish type of character and the reader makes him sound like British Milhouse from the simpsons.
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