How did we ever get through the day without audiobooks?
A whiny, self absorbed guy that gets caught with his pants down. Lots of excuses, and a life that doesn't live up to what he expects it should be. The narrator was good, just not a very good plot.
Hard to believe, but the ending is even worse than the character feeling sorry for himself.
Don't waste the time you could be listening to something so much better....
Wine, food and travel writer, editor, and aspiring novelist.
None stands out.
Interest in the process of story telling.
The weirdness of this book, the way it transitioned from realistic to fanciful, reminded me of Neil Gaiman. I'm left wanting when the protagonist can't slam the door shut on that other world in the end. Nonetheless, it was well written and the narrator was quite good.
I didn't know what to expect when listening to Kings of Infinite Space. I really enjoyed the listen and had a few 'out loud' laughs that were unexpected. The narrator did an excellent job, made the story come alive. Good listen!
When the girlfriend was singing.... pretty funny
The main character
Glowing reviews but I found this book slow. Took forever to get where it was going. It was reviewed as being hilarious. Nope. Don't think so.
If the movie "Office Space" had a baby with the tv show "The X-files", this would be it. The work-place angst and the eerie atmosphere of misplaced ceiling tiles and ghostly desk-jockies is completely enjoyable. The main character is a snob and a stereotype, but he doesn't realize it. There were times when I wanted to slap him, but on the whole I enjoyed following him through this tale. All that said, I probably won't listen to this a second time. Like many of the X-Files' "Monster of the Week" episodes, the secret behind all the creepy happenings is not incredibly interesting.
No. I am half way through this book and very little has happened. Also, I am tiring of the 'tin can" quality of the sound.
Tighten it up. I feel there is far too much description and not enough plot.
the Emotion is ok. I don't like the sound quality of the voice, though.
Bail and find a better book.
It started out well but it played out too long to keep me very interested in the outcome...unfortunately all the female characters sounded pretty much the same, annoying and vapid.
This might be a funny movie with the right actor (opportunity for lots of sight gags) but it isn't a really good book. I'm surprised it got so many good ratings. You're basically inside the head of a neurotic, paranoid office worker. It isn't an interesting story line and I don't relate to any of the characters as a boss or co-worker. Glad I only paid a couple dollars for it, it would have been a waste of a credit.
No. The narrator had a very annoying voice. Very nasal and whiny. Yuck. And if I ever hear about someone fixing their gaze on someone else I will go ape on them.
Elmer Fudd would have been better
All of them. Not a single character was memorable. I have never been so ready for a book to be over.
I'm sorry!! I hate writing bad reviews. I've never written or narrated a book so I can only imagine how hard it is. But holy guacamole this book stunk worse than a week old fish taco.