This had me totally addicted! I couldn't stop listening.
It was marvellous to have the concurrent stories of Claire and Jamie, and Bri and Roger. And the return of some previous characters was very pleasing too.
Davina Porter does a great job voicing the characters; I can always tell who's speaking in an instant and her accents are great.
I liked Dracula when I read it a while ago, and it was brilliant to listen to this performance. The diary format of the book makes it perfect for an audiobook, and this all-star cast did a fantastic job.
It is devastating that what happened to Jaycee really happens. But it's good to hear her story in her own words, and encouraging to hear about her love for her daughters and hope for their lives going forward.
I wasn't sure about this book at first; it strays pretty far from traditional zombie lore. However, the story hangs a lantern on that fact, and it is so well told and narrated. This book has so much character, I couldn't help love it.
I enjoyed this book more than I expected. The history of Twitter and the insights into the startup were well researched and collated in this book. Normally it takes me a while to get through non-fiction books, but I was as drawn into this book as much as any fiction books I've enjoyed.
I loved Ender's Game and the narration on the original book is great. Ender's Game Alive takes that same story, but moves the story-telling to the perspectives of the characters. The actors do an excellent job of bringing this play to life.
Two stories for the price of one! Austen lovers will enjoy this book that I think does Jane's legacy justice.
I found the narration to be very wooden, but I persevered with it and was so drawn into the story that I didn't even notice the narration in the end.
The story is an excellent take on the zombie genre. Unlike most novels in the genre, it's set long after the outbreak, but the search for understanding and the fight for life is just as vivid.
The story was so vivid that I almost felt like it was a movie. The story itself is pretty good, but where it really shines is in the character development.
I always enjoy female narrators more than male, I'm not sure if it's because I find females doing male voices much more convincing than the alternative, or if it's just that I'm female and so identify with it better... Either way the narration was very skilled: there were A LOT of characters to distinguish between and he did a very good job of it.
This is an interesting addition to the fantasy genre. Jane is something else both in personality and ability. I enjoyed the story, but I didn't *love* it. I did love Jane's character and Hvam's narration enough to listen to the second instalment.
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