This book as alot of large series (More than 3 books), is slightly predictable in that is is to pin point a certain action. But the reader did an excellent job in keeping it exciting and enjoyable.
I have read the first two books over 20 years ago, but never found this one in paperback, so when I saw that it was on here I decided to listen to it. I am glad that I made this decision.
The way the story was narrated in a way that draws you into the story.
The characters stayed true to who they really are supposed to be.
What can I say but, Wow, What an amazing reversal of a great story. Dotrice consistently changes the pronunciation of names through out the book, and changes the voices at a whim. It is sad because the first 3 books of this series he kept it right. The editors and producers of this catastrophe should be ashamed for allowing a horrible audiobook to be released.
As anyone who has ever read the books know the story of the Will the Ranger is exciting. The story telling in the story is just as exciting as the story it self.
George R.R. Martin's story is unfortunately shadowed by mediocre story telling by slurred speech and lack luster epic story telling.
Again the the story lives up to the epic story line, unfortunately the story telling is lack luster.
As the story goes it is as many other true epic fantasy stories, it lives up to all who love the stories of unknown worlds and chivalry. Unfortunately as the story telling goes it is only mediocre. The story teller has problems actually telling the story as a true story teller would.
This audio book is exciting, but a little predicable at times. At times the speaker is a little hard to understand, and the book gets a little confusing.
I am so glad that this was free, it was so horrid. There was nothing interesting about it at all.
Now this is how a Great book should be read. Plenty of excitement in it.
This one is a pretty good read. I did enjoy it, though at times it was a little hard to follow.
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