This story is fast paced and you get pulled right in! I love listening to audio books and this ones a real good one. Her voice makes me think she's reading it only to me . She's got a soothing sound but lots of energy at the right time. I learned alot about vetrans that I had no idea about.
The sound of each characters voice was great even with her doing mens parts and the vietnamese kids. I ended up pullin and all-nighter so I could hear the ending! I gotta tell my friends about this one. People need to learn about vets and the sadness of so many homeless. I wanna hear some more from this narator too. Be lookinhg forward to more audios.
Thanks for a great read... I mean a great listen!
Being that the subject matter is about listening it helps that the stories within are presented in such a "listenable" way. Beautiful, touching vignettes voiced in a pleasant, patient voice. Well done!
I enjoy a good classic mixed in with my usual modern fiction now and then. John Lee, the narrator, doesn't disappoint in delivering this incredible work with style, perfect timing and voice characteristics.
While a classic is just that for a reason, it doesn't always make it palatable for today's consumer. This narrator delivers a stunning version that is more than palatable; it's a feast!
While the story takes us through some convoluted flashbacks; the characters are voiced with precision and style. The narrator's attention to detail affords the listener grounding and continuity of the storyline.
This is the first time I have ever listened to an audiobook more than once; it's that good! Take a break from the ordinary and give Michael Page's narration of The Lies of Locke Lamora a listen. You will be glad you did!
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