- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 16 hours and 40 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Michael Robb Mathias Jr.
- Audible.com Release Date: March 11, 2015
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00UKE3N0A
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The Wizard and the Warlord: The Wardstone Trilogy, Book 3 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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If you enjoy fantasy (Tolkien, especially), you'll love that this book transports you into a fairy tale realm. If you love reading The Brothers Grimm or stories of legends, you'll feel like you're immediately whisked away into a world of adventure, excitement, and danger. While a lot of authors write stories that loosely parallel famous works, this one is decidedly unique. Most importantly - it brings you into a whole new world.
One of the biggest problems that I have with most modern writers is that they seem to be scared to (or simply don't know how to) flesh out their characters. Mathias writes in a way that keeps the story moving, but he also lets you know about each character that you encounter. No character feels pointless or strained in this story. Everyone has their role. Everyone has a purpose. Everyone is vital to the story. Everyone makes you think, question, and feel.
If you're ready to be transported into another realm, into another world full of magic and adventure, take a look at this book. You'll fall in love with Telgra as she questions what she knows about humans and embarks on an adventure that the reader won't soon forget.
I absolutely enjoyed reading this book! And, there's plenty of `meat' here for fans of this genre to sink their teeth into. The author is truly prolific and this offers great value for money for those of us who enjoy a `muscular' read.
This absorbing and attention-grabbing work had me riveted from the beginning. The story flows from scene to scene effortlessly, and the author shows exceptional ability when it comes to storytelling.
As much as this genre can be predictable, I found this fantasy tale to be refreshingly imaginative. This page turner will take the reader on a stimulating journey. Also, the writing style is uncomplicated which makes for an enjoyable read.
With so many positive reviews, suffice to say, my input regarding the storyline would seem slightly irrelevant. However, I will comment that the writing style and storytelling ability is truly impressive.
It's one of those rare stories that come along that makes you want to read it non-stop until you get to its final conclusion. I'm giving nothing away here. And this, I hope, will only add to the magical adventure that awaits the reader!
The entire trilogy would be a highly recommended read!
Not every character survives and some are permanently wounded. The characters who remain experience some closure and new beginnings in the final chapter of the book. All are forever changed.
I do recommend that people read Books 1 and 2 first, but Mathias does give enough information so one could enjoy this book as a stand alone adventure.
Seeing this grand story end was rewarding, yet I felt sad, too. I wanted the possibility of knowing what happens next to characters I cherished. Perhaps, at some point Mathias will continue the story or write a spin off. I know a trilogy has delivered for me when I am not quite ready to let it go.
The pacing of the book is next. What I like about these books is that no one is exactly a side characters. I mean they are but everyone has a purpose, a reason for being there. No one is there as filler or just as comedic relief. Everyone contributes in some way to the storyline. Also once again be prepared to be sad, happy, on the edge of your seat and impatient to know how it ends. (do not skip to the end to find out no matter how on the edge of your seat you are, it just wont make sense). It was a good conclusion. I would say fantastic but I was still left with some questions about a couple of characters and the beginning had me a bit confused at first but I was quickly drawn back in. All in all a very good series to read.