Emma Messanger gives an extremely, entertaining narration of this incredible book. Very lovely voice and dramatic inflection.
This was fun! I'm very pleased that this is a series. I sort of wish Joshua would get a little more pissed off about how people use him.
There's a bit of clicking and screeching in the beginning of this audiobook. It nearly deafened me while using headphones. But it goes away after a bit and other than that, this is a lovely story with exquisite narration.
This story is wild and full of all the things boys love. The narration is extremely well done.
If you are looking for a good book to listen to in a silent room, by yourself, with nothing else going on and completely sound proof to the outside world then you have found the perfect book. Otherwise, have fun listening to a man whisper. I actually started laughing out loud at the idea of me, going about my day, to the constant, unintelligible whisper of an old man. Which is exactly what I was doing up until that moment, except when he decided to scream in my ear. There is no happy medium in this book. The beginning of Through the Looking Glass is as far as I got and it was just too absurdly irrational to go on. Christopher Plummer is dynamic, never doubt it, but "too dynamic" is a thing this audiobook has come to make me believe in.
I love this series. Frank Muller is a narrator that I would just listen to a story for the sake of hearing him read it. His inflection and variety are really amazing. I was nearly heart broken when I discovered he didn't finish the series but George Guidall is really amazing as well. I suppose Mr. Mullers interpretation of Eddy's voice kind of threw me off but thats the only thing that comes close to a complaint.
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