Addicted to Audible!
Probably but it needs a different narrator
Her pregnancy, the turmoil & strong wills.
A different narrator, & better pronouncation.
The meadow & her second pregnancy. The joy & happiness that was finally found.
I would enjoyed the information about his childhood at the beginning of Fifty Shades. It would have made everything more realistic.
I loved this series! Though, I enjoyed reading it more than I enjoyed listening to it. The narration isn't the worst that I've heard, but definitely doesn't top my list.
An avid listener of audio books.
I didn't have a problem with the narration at all. The story was good. The only problem with the narration was with some of the writing. Some of the dialog was repetitive and that became annoying. But overall I found the book enjoyable.
Great! Great! Great
How Christian grows emotionally.
This is a very good trilogy, but Becca Battoe is not the narrator for this series. Although Ana is young and, in the beginning, very innocent, she grows into a blossoming woman in a matter of months. The narrator does not bring this into her reading. Becca Battoe's reading is on the level of a 3rd grader and it was difficult to enjoy. There's very little emotion in her voice and it's pretty dull. This is an erotic series and the sensual scenes should make you feel what Ana is feeling, but it doesn't. It's like reading any other book. No imagination in the reader's voice. It's pretty dull - and Christian's voice - don't get me started on that. Becca Battoe leaves a lot to be desired in the reading of this series.
No, I like the book version better. You can imagine how they sound in your own way,not the new way Becca read this book.
It wasn't just about the sex, it was a love story you got hooked into and wanted them to be happy and beat all the odds, which they had plenty of. Not a dull moment, something was always happening in the next chapter, couldn't put it the book down or stop listening to it.
Deep, stiff, whiny
No, it took a few days.
I'd like Becca to read books 2 and 3 in the voice she did for book 1.