Solid installation for the series but bring back the narrators from book 5! The previous Lyria and Lysander were way better fits for the characters.
It is my opinion, this is the best book in the series. Unexpected twists at every turn. I am anxiously awaiting book 6.
Wow…. I really can’t get enough of these books. I can’t wait for book 6 to be recorded.
thought this was going to become more and more convoluted like many stories that lose their way, but the characters develop nicely (though through exceedingly good fortune and exceptional luck) and grow to set a,stage for even greater twists and turns for the Reaper, Virginia, Pax, Victra, and the others from earlier in the story. Well narrated by an excellent cast whose voices conjure the emotions and rem7bd the listeners of the bonds made between those who share common experiences that last forever.
Bring on the next era of The Rising.
Excellent part of one of the best series in literature
Love love love this series
Some stories and new characters are very far fetched in thisone, but overall a good piece in the puzzle of red rising. Liked the new narators better than in Iron gold.
This is an utterly incomprehensible sequel. How anyone can figure out what's going on with the first book as a reference is beyond me. The narrator, as with the first book is fantastic. I would usually be inclined to keep with it but this second book feels like there is a HUGE chunk of narrative missing. Such a shame as the first book was SO good.
I was sad to see a couple of the narrators change, most importantly Lysander. This is a good book but be warned to is hard to read at times, it reminded me of reading book two of the hunger games and finding out they had to go back to the arena. Only that same feeling happens almost a dozen times in this book, it was emotionally exhausting. Also, the amount of cursing is significant, like more than all of the other books combined by far. Not only that but the variety of “bad words” is worth noting. I know these aren’t kids books, and the violence far exceeds the foul language, it was a bit much for me. My desire to see this series to completion is the only reason I finished it, it is unlikely I listen to this book again. The original trilogy I love so much that I have read it 3 times, not so much with this one.
Well done again Pierce, Iron gold was a little slow but dark age kicked my by butt.
While the book is excellent I miss having 1-2 narrators like the other books. Having too many narrators was a little annoying, also some of the narrators simply read too fast making it hard to keep up.
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