I'm not a person who likes politics. I would say I probably will never read this book but I love this audiobook. It's narrated in a very intriguing way such that people who like to listen to stories would love this book.
Martin Jarvis has become my favorite narrator after I listened to "Good Omens" narrated by him. His voice is so variable and the character and emotion of each role are all distinguished from each other and clear. It's really amazing that one person can have so many variable voices.
This "Speak after the Beep" consists of several small cute and funny stories. No loads of heavy stories, just simply entertainments!
I guess I'm more comfortable with the kind of narration that each role has the same voice throughout the book. This book keeps changing narrators because of the different views of the roles so the voices of each role differ by the narrator and it's kind of confusing for me, especially when the story itself has a very complex timeline...(well, it's a time traveler's story..) I think this could be dealt better.
I would give 5 stars to the narrator. The narrator performs amazingly well, extremely intriguing and fun to listen. However, the story itself is a little loose in structure. If I were to read this book, I probably would never finish it but listening to this audiobook is really a great experience and drives me to finish this story.
The book itself is intriguing enough but those women who narrates this book are amazing!!!
This story was totally different from what I thought. Much more interesting!! Plus, it is very well narrated. It becomes so intriguing in the last half part of the story that I can't stop listening to it!
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