The story was not full of needless action, but focused on the story of Revan after he defeated Malak. Thoroughly explains many potential gaps that might have been perceived by those who play the video games years ago.
Revan - This character is the focus of the The Old Republic.
Canderous: Gives him some rough edges yet remains humorous.
Spoiler: When Revan removed his mask and watched the holovid of this wife and son
Definitely recommend this book.
This book doesn't really seem necessary. It could have been absorbed into the first book easily.
I haven't read the third book, but I'm imagining this could have been a two book series.
Yes. It took a while for me to get used to her voice, but it grows on you quickly.
Wouldn't be my first choice, but if are out of books to read, this isn't a bad one.
Good but not great.
I enjoy Tom Clancy books, but I will not purchase any additional books where Michael Prichard is the narrator.
I only got through the first chapter before stopping, the narrator is hard to listen to.
Mono-tone, little if no variance between characters.
I only got through the first chapter, so its difficult to say.
I would recommend reading, not listening to this book.
I enjoyed Ender Game, Game of Thrones, and Star Wars. I didn't enjoy Twilight, Hunger Games, or this book if that gives you any idea.
Ending was fine.
This was the first book I've listened to with a total female narrator, but she did a good job.
Yes. No idea, I don't keep up with that type of news.
This wasn't a bad book, nor was it great. I might read the next one, haven't decided yet. If you enjoyed Hunger Games or Twilight, this book might be for you. Regardless, I would recommend you read it, then decide whether or not you want to finish the series.
Yes - I've listened to it twice now; you pick up on a lot of little things, especially in the beginning.
This book also dives more into the IF and their motives, plans, and thoughts.
I would read this before speak of the dead
I never read the print version, but decided to listen to the book after I saw the trailer for the movie. I must say, the book was very good, but the casting for the movie seems all wrong except for Ender.
This book doesn't focus on combat specifically, but has a deeper story.
They do a very good job with the flow of the story. Basically, they don't sound like actors playing a part, but rather part of the individuals they represent.
I didn't particularly enjoy how the book ended.
Yes. Very funny and entertaining, yet sometimes difficult to hear due to his reading style.
Character creation really isn't the point of his book, but he has a very entertaining delievery of the message.
An Actors Guide to the Galaxy
Sometimes this book was difficult to hear because of his reading style, make sure your base is turned all the way down and your treble 3/4 up.
I prefer a story where you can become attached to a character, or a hand full of them. In this book, the author intends for you to attach yourself to the environment, the overall aura of the situation. In this book, though very well read, there is not a single story to follow, but those of multiple survivors.
I would listen to this author again, but investigate prior to purchasing what type of book it actually is.
None - There is not a specific character that you follow throughout the book.
This is not an applicable question given the type of book.
Voted for this guy twice; agreed with some of his decisions. The book outlines why he made the decisions in a format that makes it sound defensive versus educational.
I would recommend it, but adjust your expectations.
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