- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 11 hours and 15 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Tantor Audio
- Audible.com Release Date: May 16, 2017
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071YW7R5H
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Frostborn: The Master Thief: Frostborn, Book 4 Audiobook – Unabridged
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1 - Lack of editing. We've all been there. You're losing yourself in a great story, forgetting about reality for a little while, then BAM! There's a typo, extra word, or missing word to ruin the flow, and as you do an involuntary double take the real world comes crashing back. I've definitely seen much worse, but the number of errors throughout this series is still a shame. If the author would just read over it once, or send it to a beta reader before publishing, his readers would have a much more enjoyable experience.
2 - Repetition. Summarizing each main character's back story in every novel seems unnecessary; people aren't going to start from book ten and go backwards. Also, having characters explain a situation, then restate it multiple times is annoying.
3 - As others have pointed out, the hero Ridmark Arban is overused. There's a whole group of colorful main characters here, but no matter how chaotic the fighting may become, it's usually Ridmark who strikes down a major enemy or accomplishes something significant.
1 - Originality! I'm 35 years old and have been an avid reader all my life, but I've never heard of at least half the races he introduces in this series. Bravo, Moeller! Even the races we've seen before are so different in this story, they easily hold the reader's attention.
2 - Character development. As the Frostborn series progresses, so do many characters' personalities. Moeller allows readers access to their inner thoughts, feelings, and struggles so we can watch them grow. Though the repetition can be frustrating at times, I still appreciate those details and glimpses.
3 - Length of series. Some reviewers have said the series is dragging on too much. Personally, I enjoy the stalling and side adventures. When I find a good series, I always hate reaching the end. Moeller keeps his characters busy with unique, entertaining dilemmas and journeys. I applaud his expertise in stretching things out while keeping his readers interested.
Dangers, dangers everywhere and yet Ridmark and his companions are still blessed to survive yet can Calliande convince Ridmark that he does not deserve death when Imaria the sister of his late wife is still shouting "murderer" at him and after challenging Imaria to a test to prove that Calliande is a Magistria can Calliande find a way to forgive herself for being influenced by Imaria's thoughts and memories and screaming Imaria's conviction that Ridmark is a murderer and a coward and deserves death. Some rest and Calliande is herself again, but Ridmark is colder.
As I said before Ridmark seems to pick up a new companion with every book and Jager will be in the next book as Ridmark and his companions strive to retrieve the soulstone Jager stole in hopes of freeing his lover Mara and then Ridmark promised to help free Mara from the Iron Tower.
Little do any except Jager know that Mara is fully capable of freeing herself if she uses the dark magic inside her as a half-breed bastard of her father a dark eleven prince and her mother one of his human concubines. But she has been fighting back against using that magic or seizing that darkness inside herself; she does NOT want to be a monster and using that power would change her into that she would not want to be.
She is in a prison cell alone except a whisper says to her that she should use those powers and free them both and feed on the blood of their captors; in the next book will she succumb to those whispers and no longer be Jager's love or will she still be his loving Mara ready to be rescued.
Jonathan sure knows how to spin out a yarn, to the extent of becoming boring..
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