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I love the dark tower series and this is a cool part that seems like a western story where the Gunslingers must help a peacful town og farmers
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Despite the narrator change (which is explained, sadly, at the end of the book), there are clear re-dubs within this title, especially in the second half. Either another narrator has stepped in, or has been recorded on different equipment, at a different time.
It's not much, but it is jarring. Also, the actual audio quality is not great, very low, very bassy. And for some reason, there are two parts where it seems a sound effect is used... also very jarring considering not a single one has been used within the last go knows how many hours.
Great story, bad recording, narrator is... ok. Mostly maintains the vocal distinctions but does fall flat on some others. Just started the next book and it does seem that some of these criticisms have been addressed though so fingers crossed.
Would you listen to The Dark Tower V: Wolves of the Calla again? Why?
The mystery, the strength of story
Who was your favorite character and why?
Roland, who else?
Which scene did you most enjoy?
So many difficult to choose...
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Any of the scenes to do with sacrifice
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Just wanted to mention/reply to the above comment regarding the narrator to this book not being as good as the previous series narrator, Frank Muller. Did you listen to the afterword, whoever wrote this review? I think I'm inclined to believe Frank was better-without disrespect to this narrator, cry your pardon, who I don't think as bad - but Frank Muller was all ready and set up to narrate this one and the rest of the dark tower...then he had a horrible motorcycle accident, leaving him with lots of neurological damage and unable to work. So I feel bad being too hard on the guy, or on this other narrator who does do a reasonable job. Here's wishing Frank Muller all the best.
11 of 11 people found this review helpful
Narration was brilliant, drawing the listener in further in when needed. Story line gripping as in the rest of this series so far. Since using audible I watch a lot less television as I enjoy using my imagination. Being dyslexic I get to enjoy books now.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
amazing from start to finish. but it is a few short steps in the path to an epic journey.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Great story. Awesome performance... Really looking forward to hearing the rest. Damn shame about the readers bump on the noggon.