This is one of my favorite books, and Charlie David really brought it to life. He did such a fabulous job of narrating Bear and his somewhat insane thought process. The narration definitely added to my enjoyment.
The dinner party scene made me laugh out loud. The hospital scenes made me cry.
The dinner party, absolutely hysterical.
It made me do both.
I've bought and read quite a few audible books in the last few months, and this one was among the best I've listened to. I can honestly say that the narrator made it even better. Job well done.
I have a Calmes addiction, but the narration was almost intolerable.
I love the opening chapter, with the MCs making contact with each other after a long separation, and some background information interwoven into that conversation.
The narrator's accent and interpretation of Weber was way over the top. It made the character seem older and dumber than he actually is.
Not a thing, it's one of my favorite books.
After waiting so long for this to come out on audio, I'm really disappointed. I managed to listen to it all the way through, but I expect I won't ever listen to it again.
I haven't listened to any other audio books by this narrator, but he was perfect for this one. I loved this book when I read it but enjoyed it much more in audio. The first scene where Mick and Fielding got hot and heavy was, wow, turn on the AC because I'm going up in flames.
Definitely the first time they get together.
Mick. I didn't feel like this was a narrator reading, but more that I was really listening to Mick's inner dialogue.
Fielding, because he looks at everything from a different perspective than most people.
Highly recommend in audio.
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