It was ok. The narration was good, but the story lacked the character development to really keep my interest.
About the middle.
Most of the main characters friends were narrated in a lethargic, stoned style. Not my favorite.
No. Narration of supporting characters was difficult.
I just kept waiting for something to happen. There was nothing that really made me connect with the main character.
More character development. The underlying conflict between the soldier and his father never developed fully.
Sure, but it left me wondering why the book was written/published.
Not the moving account I had hoped for.
Great character development.
During the games with Katniss and Prim.
An interesting commentary on humanity.
Yes yes yes.
Love this book. Listened to it 3 times now. Can't wait for the movie in March 2013
I love Clive Cussler and all of his books. I drive 120 miles a day and listen to a lot of audiobooks. The narrator, J Charles, has to be the worst narrator I have ever endured. He uses absurd accents for different characters who each seemed to have a different accent every time they speak. He also occasionally referred to Juan as Juan Cabri-L-L-o. He apparently could manage to merge a Southern U.S. and Scottish accent which created something akin to fingernails on the chaulk board, but was unable to pronounce the main character's name correctly. I will NEVER listen to another audiobook by this narrator.
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