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Elantris (Download Series Set)

by Brandon Sanderson
19 Hours
Ages 13+
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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...ten years ago.

Includes Elantris Parts 1-3 and short story "The Hope Of Elantris" in downloadable formats.


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elantris by Marty (Posted on 10/16/2018)
ive been driving truck for about 20 years i bought elantris from truckstops as they come out this author is excellent i have liscened to just about every book that has come out on graphic audio and elantris is the book that got me hooked on graphic audio and this author
Fans of the genre and/or author will like this set by ZJ (Posted on 8/23/2018)
I won’t repeat all of my observations from my reviews of the individual parts of this wet, but I’ll give a quick list of highlights from my reviews and other reviews:

•The first part of the story is a bit slow but does a good job setting up for things to come in the second and third parts
•The pace picks up from the second part on
•The ending of the story is good, open-ended enough to leave room for more stories but tidy enough so that this story could stand alone
•The included short story fills in some detail for the story’s climax and is good to listen to after having finish the larger story
•James Konicek’s narration is excellent, as is the acting
•Production isn’t quite up to the standards of newer GA works, but it’s still very good and the difference probably won’t be all that noticeable to most listeners
•Some other reviewers have mentioned that some of the names and words specific to Sanderson’s universe are mispronounced, if something like that is a big deal to you

Overall, if you’re a fan of high fantasy and/or a fan of Sanderson’s work, you probably won’t go wrong picking up this set. If you’re not necessarily a fan of the genre or aren’t familiar with Sanderson’s work, you might be better off picking up the first part of the story individually to see if you like it and want to continue.
Excellent Story and Great Production by Tyler (Posted on 8/14/2018)
I've heard that this isn't Brandon Sanderson's strongest effort since this is his earliest published novel. I'm reading another one of his books and I have to say that I don't see it being a weak point. The story is great and the voice actors are amazing.

My only two gripes is that there are some minor lines that were a bit cringing. I'm not sure if it was the delivery or the way it was written but it didn't distract anything. The other gripe is that the sound effects drowned out the narrator in a few scenes.

Can't wait to listen to more from Brandon Sanderson and Graphic Audio has me hooked. Well done!
Elantris by David (Posted on 8/11/2018)
Brandon Sanderson's work is awesome. I've only gone through the Stormlight Archives up to the last release by Graphic Audio for Oathbringer and needed something else in the meantime to keep my mind preoccupied until the next release. Naturally, I settled on Brandon Sanderson's first novel, Elantris. Unlike the Stormlight Archives, this novel is written a bit more narrator heavy than I expected. The voice actor that does the narration is pretty solid and grew on me as I continued to listen, making the experience a lot more tolerable. I will caution that this story does start off a bit slow, but it's worth sticking through 100% - I promise it will pick up. In fact, there's some pretty intense scenes littered throughout this novel. They kind of jump out at you unexpectedly - very well done. I was pleasantly surprised by Elantris and found myself really enjoying the music and effects, particularly towards the end of the story. Also, I think anyone who is a fan of Sanderson would enjoy this adaptation.
Love Love Love by Louise (Posted on 7/23/2018)
I love this novel and the dramatization is excellent
Wonderful by Andrew (Posted on 8/17/2017)
My first Graphic Audio listen. Sanderson's work is compelling as always, and the acting adds to it. The main cast and the narrator are all excellent. I have a minor nitpick about consistency of pronunciation of names between the main book and the "Hope" short story, and occasionally felt the background music grew too loud against the spoken dialogue. I'D say 5 story/acting, 4 production value.
He's Simply the Best by William (Posted on 8/15/2017)
All of Sanderson's work is crazy good. This is the first one I read. Now I like the GA version to listen to in the car. READ/LISTEN TO ALL HIS STUFF! YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED!
Amazing Work--Will be Back for More! by Nicolas (Posted on 6/1/2017)
I am new to the realm of Graphic Audio, I was introduced through the Humble Book bundle that Brandon Sanderson, the author of this amazing novel, marketed on his website. I have to say, the phrase "a movie in your mind" is incredibly apt for this service. I love the voice actors, music, and sound effects; though some may call it distracting, I found it to be incredibly immersive. In addition, hearing this adaptation was far different from reading the books and, even though I have read Elantris several times already, I found myself with an eagerness as if I was hearing it for the first time. I drive a considerable amount for work and I found myself disheartened when the drive would end; I was that enthralled by this adaptation. I will undoubtedly be returning, probably for Mistborn, immediately.

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