If there had been a story at all, I would've have rated it higher.
The narrator did as well as could be expected with such a non-eventful story.
The whole book.
I loved Angels and Demons and The Da Vinci Code but Dan Brown should've stopped with these.
I always rank Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts as #1, then Stephen King's 11-22-63 as #2. I would put Bag of Bones as #3.
Johanna, his wife, because of her fighting to save her husband and Kira.
Of course, Michael Noonan.
I listened to it quickly because I needed to know what happened next.
Definitely. I live in the Marcellus and Utica shale area. Fracking is transforming our lives in my small town and it is just beginning. Reading this book makes us all more informed about the history and the practice of hydraulic fracking.
Harold Hamm, the founder of Continental. It is amazing how so many of the wild catters like him had the perserverance and determination to stick with finding oil and natural gas in areas like the Bakken and the Barnett.
Pure quality. I never became bored with even the technical parts of the book because of Mr. Pratt's ability to pause and give the listener time to absorb what was being read.
Warm, hilarious, insightful!
It's hard to make a listener laugh out loud but Billy Crystal can pull that off.
I felt like he was talking to me over a cup of coffee. I wanted to hug him after listening to the book.
The chapter about his debut with the Yankees.
Zusak let us grow to love the characters in the story by delving into their everyday world.
I can't answer that because this story isn't your typical Nazi Germany one in which there are so many bad guys. Instead the story shows us that there probably were so many Germans who had to fearfully just go along with the Nazis in order to protect their families.
His voice made the characters come alive!
I cried at the end, during the tender moment when Liesel finds Rudy.
The author could've added a second sudden departure in which some of the characters we knew would be taken. The aftermath of this second event would've added fear.
He did a good job with a lame story.
The reason I read it was because of the great idea of what it would be like if this sudden departure happened.
No, because I know what's going to happen now.
I would have to say Amy because she is such a clever, twisted person.
I loved how Julia made you understand which Amy was talking by her incredible performance as Amazing Amy or just plain twisted, crazy Amy. Kirby Heyborne's intense portrayal of Nick made me repulsed by him but also made me feel so sorry for him.
I just couldn't quit listening to it because I wanted to know what happened next.
I've already listened to it twice and laughed just as much the second time!
I'll give this as a gift to new parents from now on.
My favorite part was when Jim describes getting 5 children out the door! So true about the shoes!
One of the best non-fiction books I've read in a long time!
Learning about why so many Chinese people are so good at math
His voice is very soothing and calming
That most successful people had most things lined up for them to become successful.
Definitely the audible book was enhanced by Mindy narrating her own book. The way she delivers the lines is hilarious.
I actually laughed out loud several times.
I actually recommended this book to all of my friends and can't wait until they get into it so I can talk about Les and her crazy husband and children with them. I
Wifey by Judy Blume
When Les describes her son's dread locks and his smell after returning from Kathmandu.
I laughed out loud throughout the book.
The narration was just lovely.
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