Mr Hamilton has written a lot of good books. But this is by far his best. I like how he mixes scifi and reality in order to create a future you can believe in. I also like how this detective story in a not so distant future keeps you intrigued to the very end.
Angela is a cold hearted female who would do anything to get what she wants. But the better you get to know her, the more you start to like her and feel sorry for her.
No I haven't, but I am looking forward to listen to his other works. I love how he does all these accents. One minute he sounds like an East Indian and the next you think you are hearing some English bloke with a Newcastle accent.
It made me feel sorry for the heroine.
You might want to listen to this book. It is long, I know, but I think this will be one of the best scifi books of 2013.
I picked up the eye of the world back in 1991 because it was thick and I liked the cover. Through all the years I would take a week off just to read the novel when they came out. I probably reread the series a dozen times now. I love the fact that it is so easy to relate to Rand, Perrin and Mat. I loved to read about them struggling with everyday problems.
And yes I would listen to AMOL again.
How Mat became a great captain in his own right.
The drama and they made me sit back and enjoy the story, instead of rushing through the novel like I did the first time around with all the books.
When Egwene discoverd the answer to Balefire, and what it means to be the flame of Tar Valon.
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