Absolutely! The reason being is because I spend so much time in my car I can get through a book in a few weeks as opposed to months if I tried to read it during my free time.
Victor Bevine's voice for the merchant that double-crosses the friends. I know his name but don't want to butcher the spelling!
I've only heard him with the Icewind Dale trilogy. All were strong performances and I find it amazing how he can keep all the voices straight.
Parts of it made me laugh.
Can't wait for Legacy of the Drow to make it to Audible.
Absolutely! I have loved this story ever since I got my first hardback copy from the Science Fiction Book Club when I was a kid. Mr. Rudnicki really brings everything to life!
Valentine, of course.
The Hjort in Valentine's troop. Mr. Rudnicki did a great job giving him a gurgling voice you'd expect from a frog-like race.
All I can say is listen to this book! You'll love it!
When I saw there were multiple narrators I was concerned. Well, those concerns quickly went away when I realized why they went with multiple readers. Each chapter focuses on a different part of the story and/or character. Having a different reader for each character or character types was brilliant!
They were all so good and well done I can't chose a favorite.
All four narrators did an outstanding job.
Yes but couldn't.
This is among the best audiobooks I have listened to. The story and narrators made for a wonderful experience journeying to this world of Majipoor.
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