I enjoyed this story, it really kept me on the edge of my seat. The story gets a little crazy, but it's well worth a listen.
Agent to the Stars is a fun listen. I didn't love it, but it kept me entertained and was worth a credit. Wheaton does a good job with the characters and is definitely a worthwhile addition.
This falls short of the first story, which was decent. I think that the narrator was incorrectly cast in both books and sounds like a much older man than the character. He does a OK job but sometimes sounds like he trying too hard to make scenes exciting or tense.
I would recommend this audiobook to a friend who likes A Prairie Home Companion or Bill Cosby's early storytelling style -- not that it's a comedy. I enjoyed the story, but didn't love it.
This just isn't my type of book. I assume this is what you'd call a paperback romance novel.
They described the guy as shiny.
This audiobook is within my top ten favorites. I have listened to more exciting books, but this is a finely written story that's fascinating and real.
It definitely falls within my top 10. I like a story that is interesting, layered, realistic and well written. I think the Prince of Tides hits all those marks and it has a great narrator.
This is great storytelling. Rothfuss created a fascinating world and characters that kept me interested the whole time.
Sometimes I need a story to really pull me along and this one didn't quite do it. I don't have anything bad to say, it just wasn't quite compelling enough for me. I might recommend it to someone who enjoys a somewhat slower, but well-crafted tale.
There were a number of memorable moments, but I really appreciated the overall environment that Theroux created. Makepeice Hatfield is a scrappy survivor and I enjoyed how the story unfolded.
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