Naugatuck, CT, United States | Member Since 2012
I think so.
Claudius of course.
No. I have read it twice, and the audio was like listening to another story. It added to the experience.
This book is a treat! I found it highly entertaining, and I must say I was surprised at the ending.
Vampire angle aside, it showed a man and not an icon,
I had no favorite character because I did not feel an empathy with any of them. They entertained me, and that is all.
Not familar with him, though I enjoyed his reading.
I'd leave it, simple is best.
I'd say that this ranks in the top ten of any book I have listened to.
I thought the premise was very good, but it was sometimes very disturbing.
I think he was able to deliver the essence of each character, male and femaie.
I was disturbed by the callous behavior of some of the characters. But then people have been acting a tad callous in real life lately.
I think that people who are not computer savvy can enjoy the story if they just listen with an open mind. It causes you to think about who is really in charge the in the world today. Maybe it will wake up people to the point that they will pay attention to currents events.
I think I will listen to it sometime in the future. Why? Because it is a very entertaining book.
I have not comparisons.
I personly enjoy her use of her own voice. I believe you get the flavor of each character.
No. I like to listen on my commute back and forth to work. I pace myself. However, I had to finish the last two chapters, I could not wait.
Sarah, shut up!
no comparison because this is not my genre.
When Robbie offs his dad. It was way overdue.
When Robbie chooses to stay in the lab, rather than travel with Sarah and David.
Probably not. I enjoyed it most of the time, Sarah just annoyed the heck out of me most of the time.
I had no favorite.
I liked her voice quality. She always had the essence of the characters, male or female.
I was interested enough to keep reading the series, even though Sarah was annoying enough for me to wish she would not argue all the time. That is the main reason I will not listen to it again. But I believe my daughter will enjoy the book.
The story made you forget you were in traffic.
The story moved along at a good pace. And the character's were interesting, even though there were some sterotypes (in my humberl opinion).
When Nell's ex showed up and got his just desserts!
I felt satisfied that good triumphed, even temprarily.
I am reading the whole trilogy, and I will read another one of series, the one with Ireland in the background.
. This book will become one of my "go to" books I lissten to to lift my spirits when I am down in the dumps.
Tina Fet of course, it is all about her point of view and experiences.
I have seen her on TV and and that is a very different experience.
This should never be made into a film.
Read it, you will not regret it!
Yes so I could get more out of it, get another nuance.
My favorite was Rosie the elephant.
It was good to have two voices for contrast.
I would take Walter. He really was one of the most sensible characters in the whole book.
Yes, because it starts as a nice little story that gets weird over time.
The first time he wakes up while looking at the butterfly.
His voice was soothing.
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