The narration of this audiobook is wonderful. Shaun Dooley has the local accent down perfectly and reads with great energy and an excellent sense of pacing. Highly recommended.
This is a worthwhile listen for the quality of Jennings's narration, but the story is awfully contrived. Still good fun, though.
Rosemary Leach does an excellent job with this book. The many characters are all well delineated, and she has a lively, well-paced delivery. Highly recommended.
This was disappointing. Short comes off well, but Cavett, who is usually such a wonderful interviewer, indulges in a non-stop, awkwardly self-referential name-drop fest. He also seems to be slurring his words, which is alarming -- I don't know what was causing it, but it actually made him sound a little impaired at times.
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