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Elantris (3 of 3) [Dramatized Adaptation]
- Elantris, Book 3
- Narrated by: full cast, James Konicek, Danny Gavigan, Richard Rohan, Lily Beacon, Colleen Delany, Thomas Penny, James Lewis, Terence Aselford, Dylan Lynch, Michael Glenn, Jason Stiles
- Series: Elantris Series
- Length: 5 hrs and 56 mins
- Original Recording Audiobook
- Categories: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy
The city of the gods. Elantris once stood as the symbol of all that is beautiful. A sprawling metropolis of unrivaled grandeur, it was a symbol of power and strength, built to be as imposing as it was magnificent.
The only thing more glorious than the city itself was its inhabitants, Godlike beings, with silvery skin and hair of the purest flowing white. Able to create powerful magics with a mere wave of their hands, the Elantrians were able to heal mortal wounds and create any object they desired. To be an Elantrian was to be without sickness, without pain, and without want.
And anyone could become a god. Through a process known as the "Shaod", a normal person could go to bed one night and awake the next morning to throw away the shackles of mortality and become a being of incomparable power and grace. With Elantris as their beacon, the light inside all humanity was allowed to shine, elevating it to new heights.
But Elantris fell...10 years ago.
Performed by James Konicek, Danny Gavigan, Lily Beacon, Richard Rohan, David Coyne, Thomas Penny, Jason Stiles, Thomas Simpson, Tony Nam, Elizabeth Jernigan, Kate Foster, Tim Getman, Sherri Simpson, Mary McGowan, Casie Platt, Jonathan Watkins, Michael Glenn, Eric Messner, Colleen Delany, Sunny Lasskey, Mort Shelby, Terence Aselford, Nanette Savard, Scott McCormick, Andy Clemence, James Lewis, Steven Carpenter, Timothy Lynch.
Volume 3 of 3.
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They mispronounce Hoid
With the first two parts it took a bit to get past the vast changes in pronunciation through the story. I was eventually able to get over that initial shock and the unenthusiastic monotone of the narrator and was enjoying the story as usual... then they mispronounced Hoid. They called him "HOE-ide". It makes me wonder if any of them have read anything in the cosmere universe before this or if they care about the fans at all.
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