I have listened to several of his books and get swept up in them every time. I love to hear him narrate and the story lines give you the feeling of being transported somewhere else, and isn't that what a great book should do. I can't make up my mind if I like Marquis de Carabas of Neverwhere or Silas of The Graveyard Book best.
Because this book stands on its own. This book though long, flows smoothly and kept me interested. I love the fact that the different characters in the book are read by separate people. This really does give you a feel for what some people had to endure.
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