Legendary science fiction author Orson Scott Card calls Brandon Sanderson a writer to watch.
Once the godlike rulers of the capital of Arelon, the inhabitans of Elantris have been imprisoned within themselves, unable to die after the city's magic failed years ago. But when a new prince falls victim to the curse, he refuses to accept his fate.
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"...readers won't want to put it down." (Publishers Weekly)
"Outstanding." (Publisher's Weekly)
thw book was entertaining, easy to listen to... dragged a little in the middle and everything happened just how you would expect or imagine. the parts of the story following reodin were much more entertaining than the rest.
Let me state that I am not new to this genre nor the authors work. I am unhappy with this novel because there is not enough development or narration by the author or actor for me to discern the characters that get thrown at you in the first 4 hours.
The story of Elantris was a good one. I struggled the entire time with how much the narrator sounded like Alan Alda to the point of distraction.
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