I really love this story. It's cute and a little bit weird. Not as clever as the average Dr. Who script, but not terrible. David Tennant is one of the best audiobook readers I've ever heard. The way he swaps between accents is seamless, and his Donna Noble voice is spot-on, and hilarious. The reading is entertaining enough for the price. I don't usually use my credit on short audiobooks, but I've listened to this twice, and I really enjoyed it.
The narrator is totally creepy, and the story is like the Addams Family for grownups. I absolutely loved it. I mean, the "mystery" part is not so much a mystery. I won't spoil it for anyone, but I figured it out relatively quickly, but there was something in the narrative that sort of makes me think you're supposed to. The mystery isn't really the point.
I love this book, and can see myself listening to it over and over.
This book is really interesting, and the narrator sounds interested in the subject, which is great, but the sound quality is just horrible. I have to have the sound up as loud as it goes to be able to enjoy it.
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