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Stone of Tears

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Terry Goodkind

Narrated By: Jim Bond

Publisher: Brilliance Audio

Date: September 2004

Duration: 38 hours 40 minutes


In Wizard's First Rule, Richard Cypher's world was turned upside down. Once a simple woods guide, Richard was forced to become the Seeker of Truth, to save the world from the vile dominance of Darken Rahl, the most viciously savage and powerful wizard the world had ever seen. He was joined on this epic quest by his beloved Kahlan, the only survivor among the Confessors, who brought a powerful but benevolent justice to the land before Rahl's evil scourge. Aided by Zedd, the last of the wizards who opposed Rahl, they were able to cast him into the underworld, saving the world from the living hell of life under Rahl. But the veil to the underworld has been torn, and Rahl, from beyond the veil, begins to summon a sinister power more dreadful than any he has wielded before. Horrifying creatures escape through the torn veil, wreaking havoc on the unsuspecting world above. If Rahl isn't stopped, he will free the Keeper itself, an evil entity whose power is so vast and foul that once freed, it can never again be contained.


  • David G

    Finished book one so so so excited to jump into the second. All my hopes and dreams crashed and burned once i heard this narrators voice... i hate reading, thats why i listen to them instead. Never read a book in my life other than ones i had to for school. But after this i think ill go buy the hard copy cuz for as bad as i want listen to it i cant with this guy. Gonna choose to go pick up a book and read for the first time in my life. Smh

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

  • david packer

    The dude read the book like a robot. It detracted from the book for me.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

  • Anastasiya K

    The book is AMAZING! The narrator is that much AWFUL. Please, republish this brilliant book with another narrator!!

    1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

  • Robert S.

    The book was great as stated by others this was the worst narrator I've ever heard. He got better later on and it seemed he did a few random parts fairly well but overall it significantly impacted my enjoyment of the book.

  • Monica D.

    Very good story and full of suspense and great moments. A lot of hard time to the heroes also!

  • Kelly D.

    Not as good as book one, abit upsetting in places, author doesn't hold back on the worst side of human nature. Took a little while to get used to the narrator, who sounds like John Wayne. I kind of liked the John Wayne accent by the end of the book, it gave the book a different flavour. ☺

  • Stevi W

    The story was a fun and creative romp with lots of action and good character development. I continued listening despite how terrible I felt the narrator was - the worst voices I’ve ever heard. He seemed to have 3 to choose from: whining, awestruck (but for whole pages of dialogue, not just a statement or two for emphasis) or droning on. I fell asleep listening so many times I had to relegate this audiobook to when I was walking outside only.

  • Elijah R

    It took determination to get through this book simply because of the narrator.

  • April B

    I have read the books myself but then again having them read to me is awesome. I have the whole collection, and I have read them 8 times I guess now makes 9 :) thank you

  • Makinzie K

    Looooovvveeeeee. My favorite series I've newly discovered. It's beautiful and imaginative.

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