This is one of the best books and certainly one of the best narrators I've enjoyed in a decade of Audible experiences.
Rev. A.Z. Hickman is a total, compelling protagonist, clear-eyed and poetic.
I think Joe Morton should be performing this book on stage. He paints this book with his voice, and listening to him is definitely a richer experience than reading the book in print.
I downloaded this book almost 3 years ago and I still keep it on my Ipod to replay parts when I want to smile. It's a book lover's romp, self-mocking and unpretentious. Think of Douglas Adams at ease. I have listened to all of the Thursday Next books, and I like them all. This one is a little gem on its own, though, and the narrator's voice is spun gold.
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