The best thing about the story was how all the characters lives were weaved together.
The least favorite things was use sparingly used guest narrators. It was billed that Felicia Day was narrating the voice of Lady Katherine -- but she wasn't the character's voice in all the chapters of the book. Same with the other guest narrators.
It broke up the continuity of the book and was distracting to the content of the book.
I hope next time when they bill someone as narrating a character, they narrate the character in every single chapter.
It's a fun listen. Great action and it moves along. It makes me wish Crossroads existed for real. Looking forward to the next book in the series.
The story is told from a teenage boy's point of view and the narrator sounded like a middle age man. I hate when narrators are poorly matched to the character they are narrating. I found it hard to enjoy the story because it was so distracting. I didn't like the narrators cadence.
I wish I wouldn't have spent my money on this book
I didn't really think the story was that entertaining
no, not if the same narrator is used
perhaps if he was supposed to be narrating a middle age or older man's character
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