I listen to audiobooks mainly while commuting 90 minutes a day and when walking. Sometimes when knitting.
I have listened to two others in the Longmire series and really enjoyed them all. It is not the kind of book I would sit down and read through but great for listening. I also like the television series!
Craig Johnson and George Guidall deliver a first class story and performance. In this second book, only a couple of weeks have passed since the end of book one and this allows the listener to become immersed in the characters. I am fortunate that this is a new series for me and I can listen to them back-to-back-to-back. (I am listening to book three and have added all released books to my library). I can say, without giving away the storyline, is that each book adds additional layers to Walt and friends. I can't wait to see where Craig takes us.
I bought the first book in preparation for a trip out west. I will now I be looking for Walt, Vic, and Henry as we drive through Wyoming.
As for George, I can't imagine another voice for Walt. As a matter of fact, I discovered that these books have been made into a TV series. While I enjoy the watching the show, I keep waiting for the actors to sound just like they do when I listen....so far, that hasn't happened.
I love everything about these books.
I don't have a best...I just love these stories.
He does a wonderful job with Longmire's voice.
I just love these stories. I enjoy each and every one of the characters and the man reading these is excellent. Great books.
This is the second book in the series, and the second I've enjoyed, and it won't be my last. The more of Walt Longmire I get, the more I like him, especially as brought to life by George Guidall. There's actually a whole lot of good characters here, and I'm looking forward to more from them.
The narration really makes this story come alive.
The plot had plenty of twists and turns but it fell a bit flat for me. Almost a few too many turns.
Walt Longmire for sure but the female characters that are voiced are just a hoot.
Love George Quidell reading them. This whole series have been wonderful. Am a great fan. The style is so interpersonal for Longmire and I love his attitude. Craig Johnson has created great characters. The humor and understanding is well developed. Audible's production of these books is outstanding.
Walt is my favorite. Johnson has humanized him with a touch of humor.
RETIRED & LOVING IT.
A BETTER STORY, HARD TO PAY ATTENTION TOO. MY MIND KEPT WONDERING, AND HOPING THIS AUDIO WOULD GO SOMEWHERE. I TRIED THIS AUDIO AS I LOVE THE LONGMIRE SERIES THIS SUMMER. I JUST KNEW THIS WOULD BE THE SAME. IT IS NOT, NOT, NOT. A WASTE OF A CREDIT AND MY TIME.
LONG AND GOING NOWHERE.
I KNOW EVERYONE LOVES HIM, BUT HE IS ONE OF MY LEAST FAVORITE NARRATORS. I AM PICKY WHEN IT COMES TO NARRATORS AND WILL NOT TAKE A BOOK IF IT IS READ BY SOMEONE WHO IS GRATING ON THE NERVES. GEORGE GRATES MY NERVES.
DISAPPOINTMENT, I REALLY WANT TO THESE TO BE LIKE THE SERIES, WHICH I THOUGHT WAS WONDERFUL.
YOU HAVE TO TAKE CHANCES WITH YOUR CREDITS, I DO A LOT OF RESEARCH BEFORE I SPEND ONE, SO I AM REALLY DISAPPOINTED I AM THE ODD MAN OUT WHEN IT COMES TO RECOMMENDATIONS. UNLESS YOU LOVE WESTERN TYPE MYSTERY, I SUPPOSE YOU LIKE IT. I JUST WANT TO QUIT LISTENING, I DO NOT CARE, NEVER ANOTHER WESTERN WILL I CHECK OUT.
Old men past 75 years of age.
Probably not. I can't get past the constant hallucinations and visions of dead indians as his guardian angels. It gets a stale as the books drag on.
I don't think I will be able to listen to anything read by George Guidall. He's a terrible narrator. If this book series were about a 90 year old Sheriff then George would be the right person.
I was disappointed. I had hoped this book would be better than the 1st but its not.
I could not get into this book at all. I listened to about 3 hours of it and it was slow and boring.