Grover Gardner's narration makes this story. I find myself looking at short men in a different way. I read and enjoyed the entire series years ago, but Grover makes the characters come alive. It is easy to listen A Civil Campaign and the other Vorkosigian audiobooks more than once. They are fun and addictive. For the richest experience, start at the beginning of the saga with A Warriors Apprentice.
A Civil Campaign is just as great as the first book. Just don't listen to this audiobook in the dentist chair, you might get hurt when you laugh.
There's nothing like a good Sookie Stackhouse mystery. I am impressed that Charlaine Harris has managed to keep the story fresh and exciting. She always surprises me. I'm still interested in and excited about the inhabitants of Bon Temps, Louisiana.
Johanna Parker brings the entire story to life. I love the voices she gives to all of the characters, it adds another dimension to the on-going story. In my opinion, Johanna's reading of the Sookie Stackhouse books is better than reading them myself.
I have listened to this series several times.It is one of my favorites. The everyday adventures of Father Tim, Cynthia, Dooley and the other inhabitants of Mitford, never fail to put a smile in my heart. John McDonough brings just the right down home voice to Jan Karon's memorable characters.
I have often wondered what people think as they see me driving with a silly grin on my face. If they only knew how happy this and every story in the Mitford series makes me.
I disagree with the other review. I was pleasantly surprised to find Gramercy Park a gothic-style, romantic thriller filled with twists and turns from beginning to end. This is not a formulaic mystery or romance. I found the characters to be engrossing and Cohen's descriptions of 1890 New York life to be facinating.
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