Absolutely. Mark Tufo's books are must-reads and must-rereads for me. Talbot has become part of the family and while I find myself occasionally yelling at him because he's being stupid, it's because i find myself caring for him and identifying with him. Reliving the adventures only brings him back to life for me.
Michael Talbot. Duh.
Sean Runnette IS Michael Talbot. His accent, reading style, and everything just brings a lot of life and humor into the book, where other narrators just fall flat.
Talbot's adventures ALWAYS make me laugh and cry. He's real to me, and I enjoy living through the adventures with him.
James Rollins? yes. Christian Baskous? Not unless I was stationed at Gitmo and needed something to "impress" the locals.
No. It might have, but the reader is so dry, muddled, confusing, grating, and hard to listen to I couldn't tell. He literally made me want to fall asleep and I kept having to rewind the story to understand what he was saying.
Everything. His style of reading is annoying, his voice so so monotonous and droning that you want to fall asleep, his enunciation of words and speaking leaves it difficult to understand what he's saying, and he just doesn't read characters well without making them sound as though they're whining.
No. I'll just get the actual book and read it and pretend I'm listening to the previous narrator.
I hate taking cash away from James, but I'm pretty sure I'd like my money back.
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