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What made the experience of listening to A Power Renewed the most enjoyable?
References, references, references, powers, Angels, and Demons were great as well but all the nerdy references made it a constant joy.
What was one of the most memorable moments of A Power Renewed?
Like Harry's Cloak... Gryffindor
What does Nick Podehl bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Sorry, the best part about having Nick Podehl doing this book is hearing Kvothe's voice again. Come on Rothfuss hurry the hell up with book 3!!!!
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Wibbly Wobbly.. heaven and hell... stuff.
Any additional comments?
Wow, just Wow. Robert Ross does an amazing job of creating a world of Angels, Demons, God, Man, and numerous supernatural creatures yet to be discovered. Aside from the astounding level of sarcasm and quick wit, which utilized every manner of pop culture reference, my favorite part of this world is the way in which the magic or power is used/explained. Reminiscent of Name of the Wind, the powers utilized within this tail always have some basis in reality (however stretched, twisted, or wibbly wobbly that reality is at times). This modern day setting provides a unique look into how this current generation might react when thrust into a world fantasy. The threads of pop culture references that have been interwoven throughout this tail are both astounding and varied, from Trekkies to Whovians, and from Wizards to Hobbits THIS BOOK IS FOR YOU!!!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
This was an enjoyable listen. The only thing that kept me from giving it 5 stars was that it seemed like some chunks were cut out of the plot. I felt like there were at least another few hours worth of story that should have been included in this book. I assume the author will address these missing parts in future books, but it made the plot pacing and the depth of the story feel too fast and a bit too flat in the second half of the book.
Still well worth the credit though.
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