How immersive the story was, how absorbed in the world I'd become whenever I would resume listening. Haven't felt that way with a good book in a long ..Show More »time, I credit the author and the voice actor for their ability to convey the heart of such interesting characters.
I started playing the game before reading this book, and finished them both together, there are almost no spoilers shared between the video game and t..Show More »he book, on the contrary, they compliment each other better than any other book+movie or book+video-game I have seen so far.
I recommend you do them both together, don't start one after you finish the other, trust me it will make the experiences on both mediums much more amazing than any one would have been on its own..
I myself play a lot of games but if you don't, I think you might even enjoy it more, you can find the game cheap on online digital stores.
A strong vocal performance cannot salvage this hasty and heavy handed sequel. The book fails the reconcile it's philosophical musings to the actions o..Show More »f its characters, leaving the listener with a furrowed brow from bewilderment.
I was so excited, I pre-ordered the book... oops..
This book was unlike the rest of the books in his story... You can always tell when a writer is out of material because they fill space with cursing a..Show More »nd sex. The "f-bombs" were over the top and at one point as a character drops the skirt of a woman to finger her in front of her husband, I just had enough. In one chapter the author drops the dialogue tags (ie "said Sally" "responded Joe") The narrator tried to change voices as best he could, but it was terrible. If that was what the first 2 books had been like, that would be expected, but this was so unlike the author that it was sad.