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Having all 3 stories in one volume was amazing. The world Estes created is believable and I was fully invested from the first chapter. If you are a Dystopian lover then get ready to love this adventure , feel invested in the fate of the characters, and to listen with anticipation from chapter to chapter. Whelan and Damron were perfect in their performances. Outstanding action, mysterious aetting, humorous characters real in the way they think and act; this series is powerful and satisfying.
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Would you consider the audio edition of The Dwellers Saga Omnibus to be better than the print version?
I enjoy a combination of the two,
What did you like best about this story?
The switching pov's and the way they merged together. This happened mostly in the first book, but some of it returned by the end of the third.
Which character – as performed by Julia Whelan and Will Damron – was your favorite?
I enjoyed both narrations although I wasn't overly fond of Will Damron's approach to the Adel character. She appeared too whiny.
Any additional comments?
This one took me by surprise. I could tell you about the riveting setting deep below the surface of the earth, the intriguing characters and the fast paced story line with two switching POV's. But, who cares. It a great listen with two great narrators that pull you right in. All I can say is Enjoy!!
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
brilliant set of books just wish the others from the author was available to listen too, while crocheting and drawing 😢
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
I enjoyed the story, but I would not have wanted to read these books. It was well performed by both voice actors, however the writing was cringe inducing a few times. And annoyingly used the word "literally", when it clearly meant "figuratively, which made for some entertaining imaginings. Far too young for me really, still, I am glad I gave it a listen.
The premise for this book is great, dystopian fantasy with a complex backstory - but its definitely targeted at young adults. The writing is saccharine and characters appear selfabsorbed at times (fitting to the teenage target perhaps?), which can be tiresome. The narrators do a good job with what they have, but i'm not particularly invested in finishing this audio book (series).
Good story but totally predictable. Same as all the other ones out at the moment. The hunger games ect.