I would strongly recommend this book. The plot and characters are well developed.
Yes. The author adds some great twists to the plot including the ending
I am moved by the character Korchnoy (sp) and the relationship he develops with Dominica
This book has great characters, plot twists galore and I didn't want it to end. The narrator was truly amazing--among the best. Looking forward to the next book in the series.
The narrators were excellent handling a variety of characters with some great voices, especially Michael Kramer. The plot and characters are very well developed and there are so many pieces to the puzzle deftly woven into the story. Even the supporting cast of characters are great.
How it ended. Those last four or five chapters were amazing
The battle near the end of the book involving Calladin (sp?) and Delanar (sp?) (When I listen to a fantasy book with newly created names, spelling them correctly is not easy.) The book took flight in so many ways as so many of the subtle details given early in the book explode in meaning and connection.
The battle near the end of the book, the confrontation Delanar had with Thaddeus and finally the conversation that Delanar had with Calladin after the battle.
I would recommend the book, but be prepared to want to listen another 48 hours to the next book in the series. it is easy to get hooked.
I loved this book. I loved the narrator. I listened to it after seeing the movie and I am so lad I listened to the book. The movie was great but the book is even better. The prose at times is like poetry. I really was moved by the experience of listening to this book and I cannot recommend it highly enough.
I can't think of a book to compare it with. I didn't want my experience with these characters to end. The last 20 minutes was so sad not only because of what happened but because I knew the book was coming to an end.
I loved Rudy, Hans, Liesel, Max, even Rosa. It felt like this happened. These characters were so real to me.
I would love to take Rudy and Liesel out together one night and Hans, Max and Liesel another night.
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