enthralling, moving, intriguing
while the story was wonderful, i think the best thing about this particular book was the narration from Ray Porter.
THIS is the reason i love books from Audible. His delivery when speaking as various characters was brilliantly done. It felt like he was really speaking from each person's perspectives and angles. The different accents and tones he used while acting out each part was flawless.
I didn't laugh or cry but i felt like i couldn't get enough of it, i think a big part of this was the excellent narration.
The ending was a bit abrupt and leaves you hanging, i'm surprised i haven't seen any more comments on this. The book should have probably been a bit longer to finish properly.
read, don't listen.
the narrator's terrible reading style.
his voice squeaks, especially at the end of sentences, much like a pre-teen struggling with hormonal changes during puberty. it was very distracting and it is taking me a long time to get through the book because it is so irritating and annoying. he seems to do it on purpose and it just sounds awful.
due to the narration, i would recommend that anybody interested buy the hard copy and read the book themselves.
this is one of those books where you expect to know a lot of the answers ahead of time and then the author delivers a lot of information that you didn't realize you cared about until he says it.
lots of examples that are research driven.
Marc Cashman does an excellent job, i never got bored with his narration style and look forward to more books with his narration.
yes, it was very captivating and much more interesting than i was anticipating. i listened to it as a recommendation from a friend and it exceeded my expectations.
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