Lowin has driven himself tirelessly toward his goals, seeking an end to the torments that have riddled his soul with guilt for years. The threat of the Hungering seems abated, but still greater challenges lie ahead. His companions are divided, and his own mind is split by dark thoughts, and darker urgings. Lowin must master himself, and find friends amidst the enemies that surround him, or all he has worked so hard to gain will be lost. Far across the ocean, an enemy beyond his understanding waits. Hero, tyrant, man, beast; which is Lowin Fenly?
©2008-2014 Heath Pfaff (P)2014 Heath Pfaff
engaging, inspirational, heartwarming
His daughter and Malice. I really can't say anymore without revealing the story. Need to read to find out their outcome.
Yes, I have listened to several of his narrations. I think this book was, by far, his best narration to date. His voice and the voices he gives the characters draws you further into the story. Some of the voices he gave the characters were remarkable. When he used two voices as one I was blown away! Great job!
It didn't make me laugh or cry, but I did have some strong emotions. At times I wanted to slap the leading character for being selfish and not using his head. Other times I wanted to hug him and tell him everything would be fine.
I would like to listen to other books from this author.
This book pretty much ties up all the loose ends from the first 2 books.
You learn about the Hungering and how they came about.
Paul J. McSorley does a great job with all characters, but my favorite is Noble. He is able to bring Noble's emotions to life with the telling of the story. Paul also does a great job with the song that Snow sings to Noble. :)
I listen to this book for about 1 1/2 hours per day during my drive to and from work. As with most good series, I don't like them to end so I take my time and enjoy it.
Just when you think nothing worse can happen to Noble and his companions, it does.
Yes, in no way could my mind see or experience the true essence of this trilogy without the voices and emotions brought forth by the narrator in this absolutley amazing story by Heath Pfaff! Both the writter and narrator have a bright future ahaead of them!
How in the end, you see Snow the amazing, selfless being she was. With love and devotion to give and only wanted it in return. She deserved to be loved the way she loved, it just wasn't going to be with the one she so desired. She gave the ultimate sacrifice to save the one she loved the most so he could finally live in peace. I also loved the singing of The Snow Song. Daring and vulverable for the narrator to add that special touch.
The way the won their final battle.
I cried and felt every emotion with the characters as they went along. Even knowing some of the decisions being made were that of a noble fool.
Narrator was a perfect fit for this trilogy. Im glad the same narrator did all three books. And to Heath Pfaff, this story is not over, there is more...I know it! Your genre is so perfectly written. I would recommend this trilogy and already have to any scifi or fantasy buff around. Sit back and enjoy this amazing tale!
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