I wouldn't listen to it again, because I already listened to it.
Part of the story was never explained.
It sounded good.
No, I did not have an extreme reaction to this book.
Not really. I spent more time listening to Mitch Albom's accent and lisp.
Mitch should have had a professional narrate his book; his narration includes his accent, his lisp, and his pedantry.
If you want to listen to Mitch Albom ham it up, listen to the 'special' interview at the end. Geez, I thought I was going to throw up. It's embarrassing hearing an author speak so poorly and make grammatical errors during an interview where the soft-ball questions are gobbled up by Mitch, like that dog food where you add water and it 'makes it's own gravy'. What a douche!
Yes, it was incredibly informative.
When you realize that L.Ron Hubbard wasn't just a science fiction writer, but a complete scumbag dictator oppressor.
The narration was pretty good. I would have preferred George Guidall... but that's always the case.
It was a long book, but I liked the part where L. Ron Hubbard is in the Navy and attacks a log at sea.
If you want to really know what Scientology is all about, listen to this book.
I have already recommended this book to many friends, because it's great. It must be listened to, because reading it will not be as fun.
I liked the narrator best.
I like the scenes with the psychiatrist the best.
The main character is the most memorable, because you get to hear what is going on in his head, which seems fairly normal.
Listen to this book, don't read it, and don't go to see the movie first. The movie does not really represent the book accurately. The movie does a disservice to the book.
I love the characters, I absolutely love the narration by George Guidall; he is the grandfather you never had, and is a master narrator!
Not at the edge of my seat, but I didn't want to be at the edge of my seat, I'd rather enjoy the whole chair, just as Walt Longmire would!
Everything. George Guidall makes books come alive. He is my absolute favorite narrator, and I look for books that he has narrated, because he is a master story teller.
Get ready for extraordinary ordinary.
I love this book and have devoured the series. I feel like I'm riding with pals.
Yes, I think Tami Hoag is a good author.
This one isn't as great as others.
The performance was ok.
The list of characters was really long, and I had to write them down in a notebook to keep track. I don't know why so many characters were needed for the story.
I liked the main characters; they were fantasy characters, which was great. It's fun to jump into an ideal world.
I liked the main character the best but that's probably because she's the one you spend the most time with.
I enjoyed this book, and the series more than I thought I would.
A lot of people are down on this book for it not being super porn, and I don't know why. It's not listed as "The Porniest Book Ever!" - I feel like people want to attack this book and series because they're looking for something to be mad at. It's an entertaining book and series. I finished the first and wanted to find out what happened in the second and third books. They were all entertaining, and that's what I was looking for.
A better story. This one was boring, and it took a long time for the boredom to carry on to the end.
The story wasn't that great.
All of them.
Yes, I would change the main character. If you're looking for a typical "I'm hard because that's how I need to be for this job, because I'm hard, and that gives me the edge I need to do the job, and not let the job do me!" female detective, then bingo - you've got it.
The story could have been more creative. I got to the mysterious part of the story and thought "So what?".
I've gotten picky about my narrators, and I would have preferred George Guidall.
I don't like the futuristic setting. That part seems lame. They don't mention that anywhere when you're checking out the book, or if they did, I missed it.
Intelligent, engaging, entertaining
No. This one is great! Kathe Mazur's performance is great.
I enjoyed it, but did not have an extreme reaction.
You won't be sorry, unless you're an extrovert, in which case, you're probably sorry all the time, unless you're a sociopath, in which case you're not sorry for anything, ever, and you're probably hurting people in order to rise to power.
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