The narrator was painful to listen to. Don't know when she stopped to breathe.
I have read a book by her before and thoroughly enjoyed her quirky humor. Hearing her fly through reading the story was not my cup of tea. Honestly made my head spin. Ruined the story and the humor for me.
Nope, can't listen to that voice speed racing through a story again. Painful.
Anyone with a slow, easy southern drawl would have been better. Really...anyone.
I have listened to Lamb at least three times already. You must have a open mind and quirky sense of humor and not be offended easily. That being said, I loved this book!
Seriously, learned more about the Bible and stories that I ever did in Sunday school. Picked up my Bible and brushed up after listening to Lamb.
There is nothing like it, and I have listened to several others by the author.
His delivery is fast, which takes some getting used to.
Nope, wanted to savor it. You need time to roll the ideas around in your head.
Loved that "Biff" makes up scripture to quote to suite the occasion.
" For it is written in the book of Dalmations"
My husband and I are still making up scripture to quote and laughing like fools.
No, first time to hear him. Fabulous performance.
The dance will move you. Very special.
Fell in love with the concept of changing history through time travel. What if??Just imagine the possibilities. I have recommended this audio book to anyone and everyone I meet. In my top five favorite books ever.
Stephen King books usually scare me or creep me out so much I can't finish. This is neither scary nor creepy. Hated to hear it end. Remarkable story.
Ranks in the top ten.
The horse, of course. He was so very real from the beginning. Felt every emotion he felt.
No, only because I wanted it to go on and on.
I was afraid to hear the story, afraid of what might happen to the horse (visions of 'Old Yeller) . Don't be afraid. The story is amazing. Get it. Haven't seen the movie, don't really care. If I do. Imagination is better.
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