Summary

Narrators Kate Reading and Michael Kramer have read the audio edition for every book in Robert's Jordan's epic Wheel of Time series. In this interview with Macmillan Audio Director of Production Laura Wilson, they talk about their work on The Gathering Storm, the latest installment of the series, co-written by Mistborn author Brandon Sanderson.
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©2009 Macmillan Audio; (P)2009 Macmillan Audio
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5 out of 5 stars
By Everend on 19-11-09

Wonderful - (but incomplete)

I've listened to Michael & Kate read all 12 books, some books more than 3 times. It was so odd to hear "Rand's voice" answering questions about reading books :)
This interview is another great snippet into the world that Jordan created but has been enhanced by artists like Michael and Kate.

thanks

P.S. The interview cuts off abruptly, in mid sentence at 12 minutes. Audible, please re-record the complete interview.

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4 out of 5 stars
By matthew on 16-05-10

I understand it comes at no cost but..

Where is the rest of the Audio? This is something I really wanted to hear and it came to such an abrupt end, rather unfortunate; still worth a listen at any rate.

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