I honestly didn't know if I could finish the book. I have listened to hundreds of books and can think of less than 5 that I could not finish. I pick books many times based so much on the reviews of other audible readers (which I find very helpful). I did not remember reading about the narrator in the reviews before purchasing this book and selected it for me and my daughter. It is almost painful to listen to as almost every single sentence is broken into a sing song phrases of 3-5 words each. By the way, I noticed that anyone that noted that in the reviews has like "1 out of 10 people find it helpful", etc... which I find rather interesting. THANK YOU to those that post HONEST opinions. Unfortunately, this narrator ruined the story for me. So much so that I had to come back to Audible to read the reviews and see if this was just me or if I was crazy. I guess I agree with the "1 out of 14 or so" reviewers that rated those readers as helpful as they tried their best to warn me. Otherwise, his CHARACTER voices are good.
Yes. It was an interesting read.
It started out with new characters (not in book 1 or 2) which quickly drew me into this part of the story. The reader for that part in particular was fantastic (complete with chinese accent).
There were multiple narrators and they all were well suited for their parts in the story.
A consistent complete follow up to the Ender sage.
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