No - I nearly always prefer the print version but there are many occasions when audio works best for me for one reason or another. Actually, well read audiobooks can have an edge because of the accents etc used by the reader. So, both are excellent!
Yes, in this case I think the audiobook version worked better for me than the print version would have done. Usually I prefer the print version but all 6 of these audiobooks were excellent despite several different readers. Actually, my main complaint was the 2 of the series were abridged and this greatly diminished my enjoyment - it always does!
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