So many books, so little time.
I've been wanting to read it for such a long time and it was so worth the wait.
The melding of two of the most prolific writers in my life, the lodestones of magic and fantasy and adventure weaving their two styles together. So funny, so insightful.
He had an adaptable voice and did a fantastic job.
Adam, of course.
Highly, as aside from the chapter music I've enjoyed both listenings immensely. It is among my favorite books, and like the Welcome to Night Vale podcast I've found it doesn't fail to put me in a good mood.
The hilarity of the characters. Dog is quite fantastic.
Favorite scenes are with those of the international parcel delivery man, and the best of them involves having to deliver to Death.
Always makes me smile, often makes me laugh.
It was wonderfully entertaining with the perfect amount of humor. It has and will brighten my days and mood with an interesting, convoluted story full of tricks, joy, mystery, and hilarious footnotes.
The entire story is funny, the characters wonderful, and the ending will leave you smiling. Adam the antichrist is a wonderful characters
This was a very enjoyable story. it was hard to say what it was about because there were many themes and its not a story you can just cruse to and not think. it's wit was brilliantly done and the narrator did a wonderful job. I liked it and would recommend it. if you a very religious person who gets offended easily read this book, because you need some sence that it's not the end of the world if the occult is involved with anti-christ and demons and angles. it can be a very fun learning experience for a boy his friend and a hell hound named dog.
The story felt like an extremely slow rollercoaster that builds up to mediocre ending. I appreciate the type of humor this writing appeals to, it just doesn't seem to be for me. The story definitely had its funny moments and it has interesting plot concepts; enough for me to read the entire thing. Something about the ending left me thinking "That's it?". But, based on the story, that very well may have been the writer's intention.
This book is dated and you have to listen to a lot of boring blather to get to the story. I'd say Neil Gaiman must have written a sketchy plot outline and Terry Pratchett filled in the rest. Not worth the time. An very young adolescent boy might enjoy it.
Absolutely not. I will just stick to books written by Gaiman without a co-writer.
I like the performance very much. A good reader. Not too slow or overdramatic.
I suppose some would find it clever, but it's not clever enough to make up for the excessive verbiage that does not move the story forward.
I really wanted to like this book because I love Neil Gaiman, and I really did give it a good shot, but it just wasn't worth the time.