Yes, possibly at some future point in the future once I have forgotten it enough.
I was enthralled with the narrator's voice, accent, and performance.
The English setting of the story was appealing to me, as I much enjoy British both literature and an authentic British accent to carry it. Besides the intrigue following the mystery and the pathos in the romance, I also loved the preview into English culture and the like.
Egwene, Nynaeve, Tam
Yes, when Egwene bears all sacrificially and commitedly for the greater good through various specific instances; also when she later leads the defense against the invasion of the White Tower, and when she inspires the Tower at her inauguration to Amerlin
Yes. I can't stand how men (as opposed to women) are ceaselessly presented as foolish, stubborn, and incompetent.
The cost of the audiobook is extremely above what would be reasonable. Audio books should be cheaper than music CD's, since typically there is only one (or a few) narrators. The amount for these new books in the Wheel of Time is downright scandalous.
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