I loved it. I bought it completely and deeply enjoyed it.
The Greek's wife was really impressive.
I haven't read the print version. But I really love Wheaton's voice and intonation.
I can't tell you. It'll give too much away. Lets just go with a beautifully constructed plot line with nothing left dangling.
I laughed a lot.
I'd put this book near the top.
I loved the complexity of the story. The author puts a lot on the table and uses everything.
I really like Wheaton's reading style. I feel he give the book some gusto without over doing it.
I really liked the intensity of the first person perspective, which was brought to life by Dean's performance.
I felt the dog sequence was particularly well done.
The Asian accent used by the reader.
Her use of an Asian accent was a little off putting.
Yes. It's an excellent audio experience.
The opening dinner session. It's brilliant and engaging. I was instantly hooked,
I've listened to two of his books. They're both excellent.
Yes. The story is great. The comedy is great. The dialogue is great. Wheaton does a great job.
I really liked all the characters. I suppose the ships officers are especially funny.
Wheaton does a great job with intonation and emphasis. He handles the extensive amount of sarcasm clearly. I really liked his read and already bought Fuzzy Nation.
Yes, but more as an example: how not to write descriptions.
No. But I would think twice about another Cody book.
Yes. I really liked the performance.
Yeah, it's short enough to be okay.
Yes, Smith gives a few asides and comments that are not in the print edition. He also gives a little insight into the audio recording process.
I love Smith's anecdotes.
He's Kevin Smith. He talks for a living, and he is awesome at it. I love the way he uses his voice and wouldn't have it any other way.
Smith's concept of art and how he pursues and has pursued it over the course of his career.
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