Yes, because it was so well read and the story is a classic.
It was always hard to take a break from listening to the story.
I <3 Mysteries & Thrillers Not Horror or Gore I like stories that can keep you guessing and sometimes cheering on the Genius of a Killers Mind What keeps me interested is the Role of the Person trying to track down and solve these Murderous Minds and their multi-laird personas Then and put an end to the Killers murderous plan eventually ....
I am not sure who would enjoy it more. I do know if you have insomnia this is a book for you.. it that would cure that issue you would fall a sleep with in 10 min of the book reading
City of Bones: Harry Bosch Series, Book 8
I do not think so
I would not cut any character
The Narrator speaks like he has rocks in his mouth he also mumbles in a drone tone. Which is very annoying the voice drone put me to sleep. I tried several times to listen to the book I could not do it
Absolutely...not that there weren't any slow spots, but I could've never imagined being that engages to an audio book 24 hours long from beginning to end.
The story was itself just such a great tale of conquest and chivalry. It was so fascinating to hate the villains and love the heroes like this book compels you to.
Very engaging but I'm not sure anything is 24 hours in one sitting engaging....lol.
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rowdy gentlemen boys
The 4 Musketeers were very loyal to each other and they wore such elaborate clothes (tights and lace) while carrying and welding super sharp lethal swords. I am so glad I listened to the book, it was so entertaining!
John Lee "ROCKS" when it comes to reading stories!
When Milady was beheaded and the Musketeers grieved in their own personal ways.
Milady was bewitching.
Yes. It was an enjoyable story. I would find myself wanting to get back to my book repeatedly even when I knew I should be doing other things!
The reading. It was very well done.
I enjoyed them all.
Yes....but it was a little too long for that!
A very enjoyable listen.
Machinist, student of history, philosopher, Star Wars fanatic, hobbyist costumer, and all around Renaissance man.
I enjoyed this book so much, I'll probably listen to it at least once a year.
There hasn't been a film yet that honestly follows the book. This story is far better than any of them!
Action. Intrigue. Pacing.
There are too many great moments to choose one. The plot, characters, subplots... It doesn't get any better than this.
Porthos. His refined accent seems to contrast with his rough character.
Too many to enumerate.
It is an interesting book. I have never been a big reader but this method of audible is OK!
I'm not sure at present
A good easy read. Very in depth persona's but that is Dumas's style
Dartanian of course
No way you can listen to it in one, two or even three settings.
Fun, and funny at times. Shows the intrigue between Royalty and the Church. Both were caniving - but the church was self serving, cruel as well as manipulative of all aspects of life back then..
Really enjoyed the ability to simultaneously read and hear the words, especially the ones with french roots or phrases uncommon in the english language. Also liked the abillty to close my eyes and still enjoy the book.