Tony Roberts makes this series. He is the voice of Stone and everyone else.
Yes I would recommend this to a friend. As usual, this is a light read/listen. I usually listen to this series of books while I sew..
He is fabulous in his narration. The characters each have their own personality that you instantly recognize as soon as you hear them "talk". Mr. Roberts is Stone.
No, this series of books is very light and is not something that keeps you on the edge of your seat.
I love this series of books, they are easy to listen and characters are great. What made the listening less than a five star review was I got the feeling that the story was written as the author was writing the story. There was thing that popped up, seemed important, and was dropped shortly afterwards with no explanation of why it was included and why it was dropped. That bothered me a great deal.
I will definitely listen to this again.
I love the fact that he included live performances. It was wonderful to hear his timing in response to the audiences response to the book.
Everything. I cannot imagine just reading this book. It was like Billy Crystal was in my living room telling me the story of his life.
I definitely laughed. He has a way at looking at life that puts a funny spin on normal aging.
Again, I cannot imagine just reading this book. Billy's narration added so much. I will listen to this over and over. I am looking forward to a road trip next month so I can listen to this again.
Maybe it is just me, but I didn't get involved in this audio book as I usually do with books from this author. Usually I can't stop listening...to even sleep or eat, but this one just didn't hold my attention. I will listen to it again, to see if maybe I missed something early on that would have roped me into the storyline.
This is a true classic western novel from Zane Gray. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to it on my way to Colorado. No surprises, but that is ok....it was a good story, with good characters.
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