People that enjoy faceless characters, and no plot.
More character development, an interesting storyline.. just the basics.
Rich and colorful,
The series has take a huge fall the last two novels, and I don't see it
I think Mr. Modesitt wrote much of this book simply to fill pages with words. Simply put, the characters were extremely bland, the story unimaginative and predictable, and our protagonist, while a benevolent conquerer, is still a tyrant, and arrogant, self-righteous as well. He has become annoying and unlikable.
Yes, it was a good story, even if the whole you have death in you thing was a little too unbelievable.
No Sword of Truth, or even Omen Machine, but still good.
Clear voice, with the right amount of emotion called for the situation.
It was OK, but Quaeryt's self-modesty, and the ease in which he continously "saves the day" gets quite repetitive after the 4th or 5th time.
It was worth listening to in that it was a continuation of the Imager series, however as a book on its own, it lacked any character development or interesting plot lines.
I hope the next novel returns to a more varied storyline and more interesting development of the other Imager characters.
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