Much more interesting NPR voice
More information about differnent countries handle unemployment/ job training/ welfare.
This is good for getting more information about how different countries work and other ideas to improve society as a whole. Worth a listen no matter how you feel about capitalism.
This story about Locke Lamora and his encounters with Copa Barsalvi and the Grey King is outright amazing. I was caught off guard by numerous twists in the story. It was funny, interesting, and always had me wanting to listen to more.
I appreciated how the story was told with the interludes and all the little details that added up to a superlative listening experience. Micheal Page was fantastic as narrator and I would easliy listen to another book he reads.
I cannot emphasis enough that people should check this book out.
The ending was nice. I could guess a little bit of it as this is the first in a series, but I was satisifed all-in-all
She tried a bit too hard most of the time on Male voices, but pleasant and easy to listen too otherwise.
Yes. Great, interesting, detailed story and Nick Podehl does an amazing job with voices/accents to differentiate characters
No, too long for that. I did listen to this book every chance that I got.
This has so many great moments for me that narrowing them down is difficult. I would urge anyone to check this book out.
the world and characters were so well detailed that it was easy to visualize them and imagine this horrible world that they were working in. The accents done by narrator Johnathan Davis were very good.
when Emiko quits being submissive to those who abuse her and she fights back and kills about 8 important people at once.
I have only listened to Davis once before on a compilation, so I can't really compare.
Davis' narration starts slow. The first third of the book has Davis pausing an addtional beat or two for I suppose dramatic event, but it more dragged the listen for me. Maybe this was his decision on how the book was written, I'm not sure. As the book continued, his pace picked up as did the action and made this an overall good, satisfying listen.
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