Yes, I love the story. I have print copies, kindle copies, a CD audiobook, and my audible audiobook, all unabridged versions. I also have a large collection of movies based on the book. How could you not like a skillfully written redemption from beyond all hope story?
I love the narrative about Scrooge's readiness to meet the second spirit.
The way he gives voice to each character is wonderful. I especially like that when he reads the part about the blind man's dog he doesn't pant like the guy on my CD audiobook.
It's a timeless classic so I don't think it needs a tag line.
I HATE the Jim Carey versions of my two favorite Christmas Classics. Somebody please, please stop him before he tries a remake of "It's A Wonderful Life" or "Miracle On 34th Street"
It is no Treasure Island but it's still good entertainment. It helps that my son is a beginning Kung fu student.
I assume that since the first book is basically the story according to the Tiger Monk that the following books will be basically the same story as seen from the other animal monks point of view. Of course that could be totally wrong too, but I'm fairly sure it will be entertaining.
Who? Actually a very good job, the story was read so well that I didn't notice the narration... it was almost like reading it myself in that there didn't seem to another person involved until I read this question and thought back on it. Almost like listening to Jim Dale.
I didn't start out wanting to listen all the way through, I just did it. I was enjoying it and then I was at the end.
I'm really glad that my Son talked me into getting this. It nearly makes up for what he did to the TV remote.
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