The Hobbit ranks highly among all the audiobooks I've listened to thus far.
I loved the sense of adventure the story brought. It also had fully realized characters that you cared about.
Rob brings a terrific voice to the story that is unparalleled. He brings each character to life with his voice. Each character feels distinct from one another.
My favorite part was the riddles with Gollum. Creepy and excellent.
I would listen to Horns again because it's a fantastic story!
I don't know if I could compare this to any other books. Horns feels unique and fresh.
Ig was my favorite. Since we follow the character all the way throughout we get a strong connection with him.
I don't want to spoil anything with this book. Although, when you find more about what happened to Ig, it's heart-breaking.
I'd say NOS4A2 is probably the leading audiobook I've listened to so far.
Almost any moment with Charlie Manx feels memorable. The way he speaks and his choice of words feels comforting and creepy at the same time.
I loved Kate's variation with her voice and how she could really set the tone. You could feel terror and enthusiasm with just her voice. Brilliant.
Christmas Land. Maybe that's too obvious of a renaming though?
I would recommend this book to a friend. Specifically if they are already familiar with Dan Browns other works.
I would compare this to Dan Browns other works but maybe a throwback to Angels and Demons.
No I have not listened to Paul Michael's other performances.
Abandon All Hope...right?
This is Dan Brown true to form. I think the book does bring up a lot of interesting topics for discussion and shouldn't be pushed to the side. While some parts of it did drag on slightly, I think it didn't take away from the story.
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