Gage was my favorite character narrated by Michael Urie. I love the sarcasm.
What I loved most about this was the narration. The story was a pretty good one, but I felt it dragged on at times. But, I really liked the narration by Michael Urie. I thought the female voice of Trixie sounded like Adam Sandler in the movie Jack and Jill and it made me giggle. And the character Gideon sounded like Clint Eastwood, but I loved loved loved the sarcasm of Gage that was captured. I was pleasantly surprised when I googled Michael Urie and saw it was the guy from Ugly Betty. I loved that show and him on it, and I love his narration. I will buy any book he narrates.
If I got bored and ran out of other books, yes, I suppose I would.
Jackson telling Evie he is home.
This book was not quite as good as the first one but it was still a VERY GOOD BOOK. I like the girl who narrates, but she didn't do Jackson's accent as strong as she did in the last book. At some points I was not clear when it was Jackson speaking or Evie. Also, Jackson is in this book much less than the last one. And he's my favorite character so it was a shame. This is a book I would recommend because it was very good. I do wish it had more Jackson and his accent was stronger but other than that, it's worth the money and time. I'm just bummed I have to wait an entire year to see what happens...the end is a cliffhanger!!
The write has an incredible sense of humor!
The whole book is great, from start to finish. The quick wit of Charley is great.
This was the first time I have listened to this narrator. She is amazingly funny. She delivers the authors humor perfectly!
This book is really funny and the chemistry between Charley and Cookie, and Charley and UB is fantastic! The narration is spot on!
the narrators ability to deliver the goods!
Charley...she's freaken hilarious!
Any scene with Reyes
This is a good book and the humor is great. I don't know if another narrator would be able to pull this part off.
I love Richelle Mead so it was disappointing to me that I didn't like this book. This book was hard to follow. Too many weird names, ranks, places, titles, so on. It was not "horrible" but I just didn't find it enjoyable because I got lost often. You would be in a scene and then realize it was actually a flash back. It didn't flow. And the ravens...what? Just weird. The whole thing was odd.
I MIGHT try another book by the author but not if it has the same narrator.
NO! Sorry, but she was robotic. I like my narrators to be full of emotion, not lifeless. The sound of her voice is pleasant but its just not right for a book. Maybe she should work narrating GPS or something. The only voice she did well was the uptight mother.
Gage is my favorite character because he is witty and sarcastic!
I don't believe in spoilers so I rarely write anything about the actual book. I just give my opinion whether or not it is worth buying. In my opinion I feel this book is worth buying because of the narration alone. The story drags on at times, but the narration by Michael Urie is fun. I thought the female voice of Trixie sounded like Adam Sandler in the movie Jack and Jill and it made me giggle. And the character Gideon sounded like Clint Eastwood, but I loved loved loved the sarcasm of Gage that was captured. I was pleasantly surprised when I googled Michael Urie and saw it was the guy from Ugly Betty. I loved that show and him on it, and I love his narration. I will buy any book he narrates. Again, it is a pretty good book but does drag on at times.
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