The narrator has one voice, one tone, and no sound effects. It was a major effort to remain conscious.
The quintessential opposite would be any of the Harry Potter book narrations.
Mark Thompson, Jim Dale, Gerard Doyle
Yes. The book is a fresh change from recent publications. It touches on the metaphysical and the current.
The heroin. Her character development was real.
A wonderful dramatization.
Witches, Angels, and Demons in the Crescent City. A modern day battle between good and evil. A resurrection of the eternal battle between God and Satan.
I found that this book filled in some of the gaps in the Hans Solo - Princess Leha saga.
Leha's escape from the ambush on Kashyyyk, while pregnant with the twins.
Marc Thompson just doesn't have a sufficient vocals range. His various voices are rather monotonous and repetitive. When you compare him to the vocals of other audio books performers, like Jim Dale or Gerard Doyle, he just doesn't stand up.
There are always moments that move me in the Star Wars books. I am a true fan of Lucian Philosophy/Theology and the books that communicate his creation.
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