Like all well written books, this one need a great narrator. Well, you certainly got a really great reader. His rich voice coupled with the endless variety of a carts, colloquialisms (?) make this book so special. May Gods richest blessing continue to fall on Mr. Frank and Mr. Jack.
J Wyche Collegedale, Tennessee.
book, maybe. This audio version, never
Mr. Sondericker is fine, but I really like Kevin King or Tim Gregory
There is a terrible sound in the background constantly. It sounds exactly like random scraping of a fork on a china plate, or a bit like listening to a worn cassette with the sounds from the other side screeching through. In addition it sounds like it was recorded over a speaker phone, not in a studio. No professional company would have put this on the market, it would not have survived internal review. Yet it is sold at full price. If it can not be remade, it should be sold at deep discount with a disclaimer that it is a 'factory second'. I see now that other reviewers years ago said the same thing, so why hasn't this been fixed. I have stuck it out through chapter 14. I do not know if I will make it further. Likely I will return it. I have seen different versions on the market, an unabridged by Oasis Audio, and an abridged read by the author. Perhaps Audible should look into carrying those versions.
It's a great book that keeps it interesting all the way through. It has kind of a mystery novel flare as well as a spiritual meaning behind the whole thing. Would recommend for everyone to listen or read this book!