The whole series is too wordy. Way too long. It could have been 4 books.
Brandon Sanderson did it again! He improved on this already incredible series, fantastic read. I love Michael Kramer. Kate Reading is okay, but Kramers interpretation resonates with me more. Great book.
Sanderson does a great job at beginning the ending of the Wheel of Time.
Incredible introduction to honor Robert Jordan. This book touched on storyline we have been waiting for within most characters, almost done with the series
I love the entire book series, and I have read the previous parts translated into Finnish. This was the first episode I listened to in English and the readers were really great.
, lyssnat om hela serien.trodde det skulle va svårt på engelska.men flöt in i handlingen direkt.
From reading and listening on the earlier books in Swedish I thought it would be hard to listen and understand the books on English, but I was so wrong. The narrators are very good and better then the Swedish narrator. The English grammatic in the books is easy also.
This book breathes new life into the series for me. Sanderson has reinvigorated it while holding true to the amazing world that Jordan created. Looking forward to the last two.
Perfekt much needed rampup and glorious payoffs. If you as me read the earlier books growing up and then stopped somewhere along the way. I can really recommend finishing the series.
Had a few spots that were static and missed a couple minutes
Audio: Great narration and good audiobook, thought it went back to that 5 minute track style instead of simply using chapters to mark the tracks. I prefer the latter.
Book: After returning to form in Knife of Dreams it seems the series is fully back on track, as this volume was another great read.
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Refreshing. Not to diss RJ, but I prefer Sanderson.
The book is amazing. It is horribly annoying that the audio skips and has distorted sounds, no matter how infrequently it happens.
Fantastic book!! Rating is due to it being unavailable in my region (Australia) despite books 1-11 being available as well as book 13 being available.
Love this series and I have so many to go - pretty excited about it.
Love this book series! I’ve been through the series multiple times and will go through it again!
The narration is fantastic!
Absolutely the best in the series so far! I loved how it was ending and leading us to an even more exciting book. We jumped right into the next one.
This book would be much less exciting without the readers. They do this great work justice!
It was a beautiful work of art that was incomplete by the passing of the original author Robert Jordan. Brandon Sanderson stepped up and did the book and the series justice. The readers, Michael Kramer and Kate Redding, are fabulous and convey the emotions of the characters and the author’s mind’s eye. This book is my third favorite in the series after the first, The Eye if the World, and the last, A Memory of Light.
good book, great series. 2nd time through it. Brandon Sanderson has done a good job carrying on this work.
Very good book, looking forward to listening to the other books. The narrators again have done a great job!
The change of author hasn't lessened this series in any way. This book is every bit the good read that all previous wheel of time books are. Whole heartedly recommended if you're a Robert Jordan fan.
I thought there might be a drop off in quality but I was pleasantly surprised.
This series has been great! Audiobooks has made my hour long commute enjoyable! Especially on the new IOS!
best series in its genre opens a whole world the wheel wheels as the wheel wills truly an epic
The new author did a great job of continuing the series in the style of Robert Jordan, which is a good thing, because I'm anxious to hear how this series will finally conclude.
boring, i just couldn't follow the story. i just keep drifting away, couldn't make myself keep listening.
Try as I might, I couldn't find a flaw in the work of the fill-in author. Although he states in his foreward that he did not try to reproduce Robert Jordan's voice, he sure did a fine job of it. Pacing, narrative style, characterizations -- all remarkable. As a fan, I was amazed that he didn't miss a beat in picking up the scattered pieces and moving on.