To me, this book wasn't as good as the first four. It seemed to go off on a tangent about other things. I can understand to a point why you would need to know the background information, but it seemed to drag on at times.
The book was good, but it was too long. It should have been split into two books. I don't mind listening to long book if it's a little long. However, when the chapters start to get into the hundreds, I start to lose my taste in the book.
The best review is your own. In my opinion, this part of the Chainfire series really had me on edge to find out what would happen next. I like this part of the series and hope that the last book goes out with a bang.
I was not very impressed with the beginning, but towards the end of part III the story started to come together. Can't wait to start the next section.
This is my absolute favorite book out of the series so far. I love the companionship between Addie and Zed. There is one part that I read over and over again.
This book wasn't as bad as some of the other reviews mentioned. I understand everyone has different opinions and it's better just to listen for yourself to see if you like it. I rated this 4 stars because it was a good book. It was hard to get into because the narrator pronounced the mother confessor's name differently from the first three books. Her name is spelled Kahlan in the book which can be pronounced as 'Colin'. That is the way this narrator pronounced her name. In the first three books, the narrators pronounced Kahlan as 'Kaylen'. It doesn't matter much how it is pronounced to me. I will still know who they are talking about. However, there should be consistency throughout the series on how all names and places should be pronounced.
I can listen to this over and over and never get tired of it. The narrator makes the scenes so real in my mind. Sometimes I feel like I'm watching a movie. I wouldn't mind having a friend like Roddick. :)
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