Yes. The telling was superb. The voices were nicely done throughout, and even without the "catch" it would be fun.
Everyone jumps off the tower.........
Not sure? but this one is very nicely done.
Laugh out loud several times, not a crying book although. The humor was dry in places, but it all fit together.
I would highly recommend this book to the People who love the Diskworld novels.
Magic Marmot Studios
Discovering the elegant and clever ways in which the author ties the concepts of game-world into the experiences of the characters as a kind of evolving mystery.
The undead girl/love interest.
You'll Never Respawn Again.
Being a mmo nut myself I really got into the story, it was funny and entertaining. The characters where quirky and the reading was great. The only thing I didn't like was the ending, no profit driven company would do that, even it it was best for the 'toons'.
If you like Disk world you will like this.
The narrator himself was the star of the show, doing a fantastic job with characterization with just his voice, adjusting pitch and tone appropriately--top notch reading.
All are well voiced, so it's hard to say. The protagonist gets the most air time and, as such, is probably a favorite for his resigned gallows humor. The lead antagonist's quirks of speech pattern became a bit annoying after a while, ending each statement with the rising tone of a question.
I'll look forward to more of Croshaw's voicework, though his story writing will probably need a few books to get warmed up. I wonder if he wrote this as he would an episode of Zero Punctuation that we might find a more engaging and less conventional tale.
I really enjoyd this one. It reminded a little of Monty Python stuff. It was really funny and clever, and I laughed out loud throughout the book. It wasn't what you would call a classic, I guess, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. I normally don't like books that are read by the author, but he did a really great job at reading as well as writing.
Can't compare here, only have audible version
The most striking moment was (mild spoiler) at the end after Jim's final death.
Essentially everything. Pacing was superb, his voice was clear and easily understandable, he gave emotion and inflection to all the characters nicely, and as always his wit came through brilliantly.
It's a lot better than the other one i listned to.
It's not quite like any other book i've read. Mabey a similar tone (but different setting) as lifters guide to the galaxy.
Have not listned to anything else hes done.
No, not any extreme reactions, but a few lagus (or chuckles at least).
I haven't read a story from this angle before, it was delightfull.
His soft charm and Australian-English accent.
The story part
No others exist in audio form
Laugh rather often
Alright folks, this book is funny. Yahtzee does a great job with the voices, such as the ever optimistic Merril, who cracks me up whenever she speaks. this is humor on par with Douglas Adams and the sort.
After some time I would come back to this book for the comedy. Yahtzee's wit is some times base and then sublime.
His protagonist inner critic looks up from the paper because of something he had done. It was just something that was vivid and very much matching Jim's troubled in action and thinking.
Comedy, story, and great charcters. Slippery John's is fantastic.
I would but I 12 + hours is a little long to take in one sitting. But it was fantastic fun over a couple of days.
Yahtzee's narrating style starts out a little slow and lacking emotion and identity toward each character but give him just a little time and he dives right in and give each person their own bit of tone and swagger.