Fun book, one of the very few books I have listened to more than once. Very creative plot.
Definate feel of both authors in the writing. I am picky about narrator's and this book has nailed it. (I am a bit partial to the British author/narrator combo though) ;)
I had read some raving reviews online about this book and was very curious to hear it, but it left me disappointed. It's never as hilarious as I expected, just gave me the an occasional chuckle. The story is OK, it has some unusual points of view, but not very exciting.
I did like the main characters and must say the narration was entertaining.
This Book was an amazing read! The voice acting really sold the book for me and I enjoyed it every step of the way. Honestly, I don't know why I've never read it sooner.
I was not expecting to love this book as much as I did. I was literally in tears (of laughter) at points. It honestly reads like a modern PG Wodehouse novel. Martin Jarvis is also perhaps the best narrator for this novel I could've conceived. His performance adds SO MUCH to the story. I cannot recommend this book enough! I had no prior exposure to Neil Gaiman nor Terry Pratchett before reading this. Loved it.
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.