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- Listening Length: 6 hours and 29 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Brilliance Audio
- Audible.co.uk Release Date: 21 Aug. 2013
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00EOHPEGK
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Disenchanted Audio Download – Unabridged
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Top Customer Reviews
The world created kept my interest and had enough detail without the need for a large word count, the pace of the story was good yet did not feel rushed, the characters had the required depth and their motivations were understandable. There are some great descriptions and insights into how people are regarded how the elves were described were particularly funny to me as usually they are so respected.
I liked the ending everything was explained, I was sad when I finished reading yet I had a smile. I had to leave a review as this book could be overlooked by bigger books yet it should not be.
On a scale of 1-10 I would give it a 6, possibly a 7 but not higher. It is book with an interesting twist regarding the
main character. The tone of the novel is light and easy to follow. It does compare well to Terry Pratchett but there is
an order of quality difference. Not bad though, not silly or irritating to read.
I would not outright recommend this book but if you have the time and have already read any book by Roger Zelazny many times, and would like to read something light and new, why not this one.
The one thing that really did irritate me was that for the first half of the book each chapter alternated between the present and the past when Boric obtains the sword. If anything is calculated to destroy the flow of a story, that is the best way to do it it. If it had not been for that it would have got five stars.
Although at the start of the book, I hoped that it was a single, standalone work, as I neared the end, I found myself looking for the "loose ends"that would indicate another volume, and feeling almost disappointed as details were tidied up. I'd happily read the rest of the trilogy, if there were a rest of the trilogy to read.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
not heard it all yet to many distractions but parts i have read/heard are goodPublished 8 days ago by Tam Adler
reasonable read but not particularly gripping and the jokey style starts to wear a bit thin.Published 1 month ago by BGW