I really enjoyed having it read by the author. I liked how he gave the different characters different voices, and how he read. The story was a bit slow in the making, but all in all I really liked it.
I really liked this story. Neil Gaiman reading good own book really ensured it has the feeling. I'm pleasantly surprised that he's such a good performer.
The story it's self is very good. I can identify with the main character Richard Mayhew (perhaps a little too much). While the story didn't have any radical plot twists, it wasn't exactly predictable either. Like your favorite sweater, it's just a comfortable fit.
I find myself transfixed by Neil Gaiman's voice, whisked away to a nearby, far off place with dangers and marvels. Highly recommend if you like fiction/fantasy.
The story confused me with some of the dialogue as I didn't know what a "Markee" or "MarKey" or "Marquis" was. Don't judge me. I eventually looked up some things and the story began to make more sense in the beginning. Very good.
I have always adored this book but hearing the author read it made the experience all the better. I would highly recommended this book to all fantasy lovers, as long as you're ok with a bit of creepiness along the way.
I loved this book to pieces and it is very hard for me to get involved in a story most of the time! But this has so many unexpected plots twists and turns and interested characters. This is one of my all time favorites. GREAT READ
Absolutely! Not only was the narration superb, but the story was a fantastic adventure.
There were quite a few but don't want to give any spoilers away.
I had read his book Good Omens, which I also recommend, but I've never heard him narrate. He is both a gifted writer and narrator!
One city, two completely different worlds.
A great big thank you to Neil for taking me on this very interesting adventure.