This was very engaging. I did not find the reader's voice unappealing, in fact I found him just right for the text. The content is very helpful and actionable. I ended up purchasing the physical book so that I could continue to more easily use it as an ongoing guide to the ideas presented.
I like the story and enjoyed Victor LaValle's reading of it, but I think further edititing would enhance it -- too long, slow moving in the latter 1/3rd of the story
I like this, but I found the abridged reading to be lacking -- too much of a superficial survey, which left me wanting the "meat", not just this appetizer.
I just could not engage with the reader's voice. I think this is one that is better read than listened to.
A great novelized version of Macbeth. As the author notes in the afterward, this version is just that -- a novelized version. Well worth listening to, the reader's voices and cadence are right on.
Great story, I listened to it with my 12 year old daughter. I liked it better than she did, but it's a good listen on a long car ride.
I could not make it through this audiobook. I think I might have liked to READ this, but not listen -- way too boring.
This was an excellent listen, but as others have said, VERY sad, often leaving me with a blue feeling after listening. But the dog, Enzo, his voice and perspective make it worthwhile. This would not be good for kids, or maybe even younger teens.
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