The fact that I didn't have to read, and could work while listening to the supurb narator of the story.
Jake, he's so likeable and with Oy at his side, I thing Oy makes him and Oy is so lovable and faithful.
All George's read are good, how does he do so many voices and keep them straight??
When Eddy was soooo trying to find Suzanna and the door sent them elsewhere.
Haven't read the print version
Any of the Odd books and they are all good, same story line, continued into who knows where.
The little girl who helped Odd, she was a corker, and smart, strong of character, a go to and bust all girl
Yes and have, but this book was either more than I could handle that day or it went over my head, I found it boring
Boreing to me
Up on top, but then I usually like all the books I listen to while I listen to them, that's why I listen!
It kept me pretty much ingrossed in the book, and when I couldn't listen to it, I wanted to get back to it.
yes, I wanted to, but couldn't as it was longer than I could hear in one day.
Kept on edge, the whole story was riveting and I couldn't wait until the end to see if I was right about who the actual murder was.
I don't know if I had any one favorite, so many were good.
No, to many hours. It went longer than my 12 hour day, so I had to make it two days of listening and couldn't wait until I started the next morning, on my hour drive to work.
Right at or near the top. That story will stay with me for a long time and I may even listen to it again and again
The Childless woman, she hung in there, even though she didn't want to.
The snow child was, she started out one dimensenal, and eventually went into all diimensions.
It kept me on the edge of my seat throughout the whole story, even if I had figured out who, I still wanted to know why or how things would develop
Never listened to him. He's okay, but hasn't got a lot of change in his voice for the different characters. He's not as good as some, but better than others I have listened to. Just Okay
Yes, and I was able to, since it didn't go past the 10 hours I work and the 2 hours of driving.
Yes, I like this series and am glad he finally finished it. It's the continuation of the first ones, so why wouldn't I want to continue to see what happens? Why does he finish books where he does?
Jake, I always like Jake, young, but savvy after such a short time with the group.
The different voices.
The padre, he really had a good story and the way it went with all things.
Yes, it kept me laughing, crying and on my seat edge.
Jake, and Oy, they were such lovable characters and I like the fact that a dog/companion could talk and really know you.
Different voices to so many characters, how does he do that?
Yes, I cried when Jake died, nothing like when any of the other characters died or even when Jake died the first time. I laughed a lot too, though.
I liked the third generation posibilities. So much more power and all. Also the fact that the two phases came back together.
Actually it was the boy and girl children. They keep you thinking and involved
I do like his different voices. How he comes up with so many are fascinating.
Yes, but not possible, for time constraints.
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