As far as performance goes you can't really beat this series. I really feel as though the narrator is Peter Grant, perfectly done.
The coming together of things in preparation for more books to come.
His performance of this series is perfect.
Not really a moving story, quite funny though in parts.
The use of London English is great!
I do not consider it to be better, though the narrator is excellent, the story remains the same. However, it is as good and having read the book already served as a great way to revisit the story. I lover Parkers Southern drawl.
The way that everything wrapped up nicely for each character in the end.
Sam and Sookie at his trailer.
This whole series is wonderfully entertaining, the stories are great fun, the characters interesting and often hilarious and the narrator is great. I've read all the books and am gradually revisiting them all via audio. So sad this is the last new story, but looking forward to hearing all the rest over and over.
Pretty highly, particularly in its category.
Oberon, gotta love a smart assed Wolf hound.
No, but he seems perfect for this set of books.
I get annoyed at the widows anti British feeling, it is inaccurate in a women of her generation unless she is an IRA sympathizer which, given her pleasant nature, I doubt.
A good series to fill the Sookie Stackhouse void, nice to find a male lead character for a change.
Captain Wentworth of course!
Any other book by Jane Austen, she can't be compared to any other author.
The use of voice and tone helps keep the characters separate and the story in order. When reading Austin it is easy to become confused as so many characters share the same last name.
No, that would be too much, this kind of book is best enjoyed at varied intervals.
This is a lovely story, one of my favorites, and true Austen. It is beautifully narrated by a well chosen actress.
Fun, fun, fun!
All those involving Tarabotti and her lover.
Not that I recall, but this one was excellent.
Nothing extreme, lots of chuckles along the way though.
The story starts off well and then becomes dull for a while, I almost gave up listening but am so glad I kept going. So glad to have found this series, can't wait to listen to the next one!
I wouldn't as I can never read, watch or listen to crime stories more then once. Once you know whodunit, that's it for me.
I don't usually read murder mysteries....maybe silence of the lambs?
No, I quite liked her style, but her voice was too old for the characters she is reading, particularly the main female character. This made the whole thing a little off.
This was quite a nail biter. Had to keep listening to see what happened.
Once you get over the old sounding narrator, this is a great story, perfect listen while painting the house.
After a period of time I think I might. its quite a complex story, so it would be worth hearing it again to really understand it better.
This is not my normal read, this was very different for me.
His narration is excellent and his tone and use of different voices and accents for the characters really brings the whole thing alive.
I had to keep listening, I really wanted to know what was at the root of this story and once that was discovered, how it was all going to end.
This is not the kind of book I usually go for but I fancied a change. I'm glad I made the departure. To me this story had it all. Love, mystery, History, time travel, suspense. Something for everyone I think.
I thought that the narrator was perfect, for me she was Beatrice, she really bought the story alive.
The control room scene with Tobias near the end.
Probably the above.
The deaths of the brave.
This is a great story, gripping and thrilling, enough like The Hunger Games to say that those who enjoyed that trilogy will enjoy this, but different enough to maintain interest.
I would because once you get used to the slightly annoying narrator with her rather strange pronunciation of certain words, this is a great book with a lot of heartwarming stories and much to offer the listener. I really felt I learned some things from this book, not least that there are some good nuns out there and that today's women have much to be thankful for!
I particularly enjoyed the stores involving mix raced children and the father's reactions to them.
Not overacted and over pronounced anything that was vaguely foreign plus checked the correct pronunciation for a number of a basic words before reading. I felt she over did the clipped English tones somewhat, overall she could have toned down the acting a bit.
Edgy, Supernatural, different.
The plot was very different with a lot going on and a fast pace which really made me want to find out what was going to happen next.
He was an excellent performer and really bought the whole thing to life. The fact that he sounds like a black Londoner really made his performance believable and memorable.
I was grossed out a couple of times, this is quite a violent tale.
I love a good story with a Supernatural twist, but was feeling as though I had discovered them all. I was so happy to find something that was more mature in content and a little more edgy then the normal run of the mill supernatural fair. I really liked the main protagonist and am keen to follow him in more books from this author. Loved the narrator, he is Peter as far as I'm concerned.
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