The story was good, and the humor was much like the Diskworld series. Croshaw has a long way to go to reach Pratchett status.
As a narrator Croshaw sounded like he was speaking through his nose. At times I could have sworn that I could her him blowing smoke after inhaling from a cigarette.
I'm a big Z Punc fan. When I heard Yahtzee had done a narration of his book I had to have it. I finished it in a couple of days. If you enjoy Terry Pratchett, John Scalzi, or enjoyed Ready Player One by Ernest Cline, chances are you will enjoy Mogworld. If you are also a fan of Crowshaw's reviews you'll appreciate the additional level of humor.
ti is a fun book
it was Narrated by Yahtzee
i laugh all way through the book
I really do want Yahtzee to write more! Hell I loved him narrating his book. Hell he should do Narrating full time!
Yahtzee, you cheep &$@*!, hire a some talent! Don't try to do the reading for your audio book on your phone in your closet with your mom sleeping in the next room so you have to whisper the whole think like my ear is a 6year old and your mouth just got out of prison. They make voice actors an sound producers for a reason.
Why did Yahtzee insist on playing every part in this move?!? Does he think he's Eddie Murphy? SAG must be pissed.
No. That governs it. Good story though.
It was a good book. Yahtzee had trouble at the start, narration wise. Once he warmed up though, it went perfectly. A great listen.
Many fans of this book were disappointed by his other book 'Jam' citing a drop in quality. I find that this is not the case. Ive never been to flooded Brisbane or played a Mumorpurger so both settings were new to me and as such have negligible bias. His characters are pretty similar book to book, however I find myself eagerly awaiting his next title.
Couldn't suggest this more, the story was one of my favourites in a long while and will be getting his other book now I've finished this one