Good listen, but the narrator must be about ten years old to be so lame in his pronunciations of people, places, and things. It seems one would have to grow up in total isolation not to know how to pronounce names like "Nadine" and "Tonopah". These are just two examples of dozen's of mispronuncitions. It was annoying especially for a resident of Houston.
Twists and turns. Well developed characters
Narrator did not clearly delineate a change of characters from scene to scene. Story would run together and it was hard to tell the change in characters and scenes
I don't think so....
I doubt it
Multi hour cliche.....too cutsy.....so predictable....felt like 40 hours....horrible...like a car wreck you can't take your eyes of of.....
I learned a little about dog training
Keep a roll of duct tape to wrap around your head so it doesn't explode.
This audio book is like listening to white noise between radio stations. My mind keeps wandering. The monotone makes it hard to distinguish characters. The story is so juvenile and cliched that it could have been written by a high school student. The diolog is lame and the characters are developed as though by one who has seen too much television. I am a avid audio book listener and I have rarely felt the need to write a criticism. This is the exception to the rule.I wish I could send it back.
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