The series’ powerful themes — family, conviction, friendship, honor, loyalty, and cooperation — that reappeared throughout the book successfully keeps you with the story and the series in general. Don’t miss it out on Free Audiobook right now!
Rhythm of War audiobook: a scintillating masterpiece in modern literature
Rhythm of war’s production quality is something that any new author could only hope for! The book’s title pages, chapter headers, maps, and wealth of detailed graphics are all top-notch, a testament to Sanderson’s vision as well as the ability of his ever-growing staff of artists. Sanderson did an excellent job of making the characters feel vulnerable and at genuine risk in this novel.
Themes of mental health are expertly treated in rows. Sanderson has clearly spent a lot of time and effort studying and comprehending disorders including post-traumatic stress disorder (Shellshock), depression, dissociative identity disorder, and autistic spectrum disorder. Our favorite characters, especially our tormented hero, Kaladin Stormblessed, are given a lot of screen time as they battle their own demons. This installment of ‘Bridge 4′ has a pretty depressing tone to it, with many of them doing their own thing, training their own squires and such. Kaladin has been demoted. Rock exploding and apparently facing the Horneaters’ last judgment. Teflon is buried six feet underground. Moash is an awful fucktard in general. It has a true sense of the end of an era about it.
Character relationships are handled nicely. Friendships and role model relationships are where Sanderson shines. She excels at writing about close friendships and strong role models. We see close friends like Kaladin, Syl, Teft, and Dalinar. We also get to see role models like Kaladin’s mother, Syl, and Teft. The character relationships are handled very well. Rhythm of War audiobook was definitely more romantic in here. There were some touching moments between characters. Some of these included Adolin and Shallan. While this relationship may seem creepy to some people, it is portrayed as romantic. We see how she fell for him. Also, we see how he felt about her. He wants to be around her because she makes him feel useful. Also, there is a lot of passion between them.
“For the men chatting together softly, the change was in being shown sunlight again. In being reminded that the darkness did pass. But perhaps most important, the change was in not merely knowing that you weren’t alone – but in feeling it.”
Rhythm of War audiobook would be absolutely grim in its grip on you. Sanderson and his platoon also went the redundant afar in engaging compendiums nearly to make up for the lack of physical tenures-the sheer quantum of content available from them has been staggering this time, and veritably much appreciated. Don’t miss it out today on Free Audiobook Online for the best experience you could ever have!
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