Perfect Shadow is the blockbuster novel in the Night Angel Trilogy series by famous author Brent Weeks. The story revolves around Gaelan Starfire is a farmer, happily a simple and careful man. He became the hero the hero went into legend. Gaelan sets out on a hunt for the world’s best assassins for the beautiful court maid Gwinvere Kirena, what he finds can destroy all he believes in.
Here are the top 3 reviews and comments that readers love about this fascinating book.
Review 1: Perfect Shadow A Night Angel Novella audiobook by Dillon
Good, but not great.
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This is a must-have for anyone who is enthusiastic about the Night Angel series. That being said, the narrator really distracts from a great plot. I really wish he had done his homework and listened to the previous books, names were mispronounced, weird accents were assigned ect. Just grit your teeth and try your best to enjoy the content and prey Weeks writes more Night Angel goodies with a new narrator on the payrole.
Review 2: Perfect Shadow A Night Angel Novella audiobook by Kenneth Atkinson
Good writer bad bad bad narrater
After listening to the series, I thought this would be a nice follow up. This would allow me to know how Durzo got started. I started listening to this book and the narrater’s voice had such poor reflections that it was putting me to sleep. What a shame to have such a good writer waste a good book on someone that can’t bring the characters to life. Not sure why he went away from Paul Boehmer but it is just a shame. Well it didn’t cost much and I’ll go buy the paperback book when it comes out. I will not attempt to listen to this again. That is how bad this narrater is.
Review 3: Perfect Shadow A Night Angel Novella audiobook by Skjerpen
Took me about 30 minutes to read, similar writing style to the night angel trilogy, except less engaging. Not bad as a standalone short story. But calling it a “novella” was too generous, and should be just an intro chapter in one of the other books. The BEST part of this book was that it peomptes me to reread the trilogy.
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