The story was compelling, but the author's focus on the aftermath was quite narrow. Seemed to be that way to support his main idea, but lost me along the way.
I had a different version of Dracula, done quite well. I was drawn to this one for the sample of Tim Curry in my ears. The main narrator was just okay. The number of narrators doesn't equal more dramatic effect. Really absorbing story of a classic vampire.
How to survive the basic struggle of a man, but through a dog's eye's. Intense lessons with rugged poetry' done well.
Sweet woodland friends in a dreamy little country lifestyle, and crazy Mister Toad to liven things up.
Alan Munroe has a way of adding many mid-sentence pauses. I never made it near the end of a long-anticipated listen.
Not Alan Munroe--Wells, yes.
He keeps pausing in mid-sentence. I didn't make it to the end of a great story!
Good pace,story, and Magic.
I identified with Harry.
Adroit handling of the dialogue nuances that I might miss.
Bogart as Harry Potter.
First in a series.
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