Jennifer Rush, yes. Casey Holloway, no.
She sounded like the automated voices that companies have tried to make sound human, but they're obviously not. She over-enunciates every word, and she had several unnatural breaks in EVERY SENTENCE! It's was so distracting that I couldn't really lose myself in the story, which is rare for me. I listened to samples of other books she narrated, and they weren't quite as bad, but they were still grating. I really hope they get another narrator for any sequels.
Sure, it seems like it would make a good film.
If the third book had even a fraction of the same tone as the first two. It was slow and boring, and really just villainised some of the previously great characters. And the ending was complete rubbish.
Where to begin? First off, and most importantly, the death at the end was bunk. Then there was the major personality shift of most of the characters. Also, the whole GD vs. GP thing was really lame, and it came out of nowhere. It was like she was writing the ending to a completely different series.
Aaron Stanford, no. Emma Galvin, yes. I like her voice, she reminds me of Holly Hunter. He was alright, but he tended to be rather soft spoken throughout the whole book, even during the action scenes, which made it hard to hear sometimes.
Honestly, I wish I had never read this book and had just been left with the cliffhanger of Insurgent.
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