It's a smart short story that asks the question, what's more important a drag from a cigarette or your families safety ?
None come to mind.
The man in charge of Quitters Inc. was pretty creepy and well voiced by Eric Roberts.
Neither, but it is smart and suspenseful. If anything, it made me cringe a little bit.
The narration, but mostly the interesting story and the characters.
Harry Potter, it has a school for gifted children, magic "even if the children aren't wizards" and plenty of the sort of evil characters you'd get from a Potter book.
His brilliant voices for each character. His Grandma Bone voice makes me cringe every time.
If you saw the movie and thought it sucked, then you might like this book. It's totally different and and Malcolm doesn't even have an annoying kid in it "that kills Raptors with gymnastics"...like the movie!
Not really, but the book is better than the movie and smarter.
Yes, but his Levine voice is kind of fruity and annoying.
Neither, but it made me wish the Spielberg version followed the book more closely. The film just has many people with guns getting ripped to pieces and not one gun killing a dinosaur. This book has better pacing and is smarter, even if it's still not as good as the first.
Exciting, Classic, Excellent
He did better than the narrator for Lost World, but still another actor might have done better. One with not so much of a calm and laid-back voice.
Like, Disney World, but the rides eat you!
A little different from the movie, but the plot is about the same. "Oohh, ahh Dinosaurs,,,,oh no they escaped!."
Sexy, Sensual, Steamy
Dr. Janet Hall, I know she's the narrator but she has a sexy voice and I hope she does more like this.
Her Australian accent and the way she narrates the stories, they are too short though.
Nothing really, since it doesn't really offer any.
Gripping, Suspenseful, Smart
The strong lead woman and the creepy and dangerous villain.
I think she did all the voices well, but the villain was done best by her. She made it clear how out of his mind he was and she also captured how slimy and revolting the character is.
The villain, can't think of his name though.
Smart, Engaging, Great
The fact that James T. Kirk was brought back to life by William Shatner himself after the weak death scene in Star Trek: Generations.
Kirk voiced by William Shatner, everyone else voiced by him doesn't work entirely though.
If you're a Star Trek fan who's dieing for more of Shatner as Kirk, then this is for you!
Report Inappropriate Content
If you find this review inappropriate and think it should be removed from our site, let us know. This report will be reviewed by Audible and we will take appropriate action.