I've listened to this book many times and I always find its can-do attitude refreshing and uplifting. Very well read and a solid story line, I highly recommend it.
Still listening, but the musical interlude between the "CDs" is incredibly annoying. It's bad enough on actual CDs, on a continuous media like this it's maddening.
I loved the 2nd book in the Moist series with the fun relationship between him and Vetinary. The taking over of the bank and nearly everything else.
This story isn't Pratchett's best by any means, but even his "ok" stories are still a lot of fun. Briggs does a great job w the narration, per usual. Of the new characters, I particularly liked Mr. Bent's voice. If you're a Pratchett fan, get it!
The story and reading were excellent - if that was all I had to listen to in this audio book, I would have given it five stars in all categories. However, the music at the beginning of new chapters was awful and distracting and cost the book one star each in the Overall and Performance categories.
And this review page is glitchy in that the "optional" headline is actually required for submission of the rating.
The only thing I didn't care for in the narration was Briggs's delivery of Adorabelle's lines. He chose to give her an Irish accent, but all her lines came out flat and absent of inflection.
More adventures of Moist the postmaster and his "benefactor" the Patrician. A golum or two show up as well along a wee doggie. Fun & mystery will Moist be able to pull the caper or lose his head?