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I read this book when it was first released. I love all of Eddings books of the 2 series this book relates to. Back in 2013 I bought this audio when it had a different narrator. It was ok, did not like some of his pronunciations but put up with it anyway. I just found out that this audiobook has been re-released with Cameron Beierle narrating and I HAD to buy it!! He is the best.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful
I'm very glad that he got to do Belgarath. I enjoyed the previous eddings narrations he did and was pleasantly surprised to find this book had come out and that he kept to the same voices nearly a decade later. I wonder if he's going to be doing Polgara at all...
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
I have enjoyed the works by David Eddings for many years but a health condition now means I have to rely on audio books. I do not know who thought Cameron Beierlie was a suitable person to provide audio but I can only think they must be deaf. A good story ruined by an appalling reader who cannot even maintain one accent per character making it almost impossible to follow conversations!
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
Loved it, wonderful story and very well narrated. Well worth a listen. Really want to spend an entire day just listening to it again
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
I've always LOVED David Eddings work. I've read and re-read his work many times. So many in fact that during the audiobook I actually knew some of the sentences word for word. It is with beautiful wonderful delight that the narrator exceeded my expectations which is amazing considering high those expectations where. If you are a fan of David Eddings work or if this is your first experience (if it is I'd recommend the Belgriad series before starting on this) then make the time to get this audiobook. It sets a high bar for all other works.