Moose Jaw, SK, Canada | Member Since 2008
I am a bit ambivalent about the almost total re-working of the Fuzzy’s and Jack Holloway’s story…personal jury is still out on that. Having said that, however, I must say that I thoroughly enjoyed the narration.
I liked it. Hope John Scalzi is planning a sequel.
I read along as I listened. Hearing the
Someone like Harrison Ford for Holloway. If made into a series, I would like to see some of the characters from the original Fuzzy novels. Using CGI, it would be possible to have the Fuzzies played by some of the actors from current movies and TV shows.
The author gave Papa Fuzzy words to express its curiosity, intelligence, thoughtfulness, anger and grief that were strong and poignant. Papa’s speeches in the court room and during its final confrontations caused tears to come to my eyes and a chill to run down my spine. Very well narrated! Kudos and stars!!
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