I really enjoy all of the Last Apprentice recordings. The narrator is fantastic and you can really tell the difference between each of his characters.
I love Neil Gaiman. This book was really enjoyable. The narrator was fantastic. I think Gaiman is such a great storyteller and it makes his books wonderful in the audio format. I could easily listen to Anansi Boys and Neverwhere again and again. And I can't wait to download his other books!
This book was just OK. The narrator went a bit over the top and it was difficult to like any of the characters. There were parts that were interesting because I learned a lot about the role of women during that time, but the story itself wasn't great.
I really enjoyed this book. Some parts are pretty sappy, but it is a love story told in an original way. The narrators weren't outstanding and sometimes mispronounced words, but they weren't terrible, either. I am a biologist and I had a little trouble accepting the author's biological explanation for time travel. But when you let those things go and accept the story as fiction, it was very entertaining.
This was a tedious listen. The story was aimless and didn't have a real plot. The character was unlikable and stupid. And parts of the book were simply lists of things this silly girl would buy if she were to have a lot of money. Or the charges on her credit card statements. I not really sure why I listened to the whole thing, so there must have been something that kept me sort of interested. So that's why it get's 2 stars instead of just 1.
I loved this story and I thought the whole premise was incredibly clever. This recording was just so enjoyable!
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