Although I likely would not have purchased the book if I had known is was in the Audible-Kids section, I enjoyed listening to the story.
Terry Pratchett's writing style is not my thing. Seems too light and has one dimensional characters. Maybe meant for one with less age.
I listen to books when I'm at work or doing chores. I prefer history and fantasy. My favorite audio book is Going Postal by Terry Pratchett.
This is an excellent book. I've actually read it before I just got the audio book so I could listen at work. There is one brief moment in the file for MP3 player where for some reason part of later narrative is stuck in between some dialogue. There's another version of this audio book available that's a few seconds shorter. Maybe they fixed it.
I chose to listen to this book for a Young Adult Literature class in my program of study. As an avid audiobook fan, I've found there are just some books that I might have enjoyed more by reading, and this is one. I had to keep rewinding and listening to parts over and over. Things got very confusing at times. And our herione seemed to catch on a bit too quickly. I am not familiar with Mr. Pratchett's work, so that may have been a factor. However, the last chapter was interesting, as well as the author's end note. Like another reviewer stated, I might enjoy this more if I give it another go. Meanwhile, forever burned in my head is the narrator's voice: "DOES. NOT. HAPPEN."