There's no way I'd listen to it again...Ballerini does an adequate job with the voicing and accents, but his delivery is dreadfully slow and exceptionally inconsistent in its volume.
Solid mystery with interesting historical context.
Quiet, slow, dynamic
You can't hang evil.
I finished the story in book format, as I simply couldn't wait any longer.
The story is witty. Clever even.
But the narrator...goodness me. He's an absolute rockstar. Hysterical. I have never been more impressed by the delivery, variation and general entertainment of a narrator.
The very, very clever writing is nonstop hilarity.
Great story, flawless performance...why not?
After the skin walkers are finally toast, the moment Atticus spent with Frank...truly awesome.
His cadence, inflection, pronunciation...this guy owns the character. He is Atticus. Without question, Luke Daniels is the best reader on Audible. He's PERFECT for this character.
You don't get to be 3,000 years old by accident.
Everyone will love this audiobook. It's a guarantee; whether you love fantasy or not, you'll love this audiobook.
I haven't read the print version, but given how excellent the performance was, I can't imagine it being better.
Dresden Chronicles - as it's fantasy that's set in modern times.
Not that I know of.
It made me laugh, and it was gripping. Beautiful delivery of a magnificent tale.
This is a winner. It might be the best audiobook I've heard.
McCullough has a fantastic voice, and his delivery is brilliant. There's no way the print version is as good as this.
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