yes, great narration, good story line, quick pace
I have listened to all the Ceepak books, and I really enjoy the narrator, and the storylines, Extremely entertaining.
Better writing. Too much reliance on exclamations of 'God's truth' or 'Sweet Mary' or a number of other ones. Did the characters really need to say that in every sentence?
No, just this author.
Depends on what it being narrated. His female voices are too awful. But he has a good voice, and his male voices are very good.
Not that I can think of.
Very disappointed. The description sounded good, but this is the first book I've listened to by this author. I'll make a note to avoid her in the future.
Pretty high. I've read all of Kristen Ashley's books, and was very happy to see them offered on audio.
I agree with other reviews in that the storyline and characters are not real world, but if I wanted to read/listen to real world, I'd stick to history and biography. This is a work of fiction, who cares if it's real? It's enough to just live in the fantasy for a while.
Too New Jersey. This book is set in Colorado, why does everyone seem to have a New Jersey accent?
I should have paid more attention. This was one of those $4.95 specials. Not a good choice for me, it's young adult fiction.
Although I have always admired Arte Johnson, and would love to listen to more books he's narrated, I am a firm fan of George Wilson and I've always thought he is the best narrator for any Hiaasen book. His dry reading, pace, and timing cannot be matched.
Maybe. The story, what I could stand to listen to, was cute.
Better inflection. The narrator seemed like she was trying to make this a comedy.
No. This was $4.95 special purchase, but I should have paid attention to the narrator. Brenda Jackson is ok, but the narrator, Madison Vaughn, is so awful, it's painful to listen to her. I speeded up the pace, which helped, but the delivery is too stagey, with too many breathey, emotional pauses. Very irritating.
Yes, if the narrator was different.
A totally different narrator.
I greatly disliked the narrator. I have listened to the previous books in this series and enjoyed them, and got this one without looking at the reviews and listening to a sample. Bad, bad decision. The narrator made everyone sound like whiny old ladies, even the male characters.
Many times I have listened to a book that wasn't that great a story just because the narration would so good. In this case, I didn't get beyond the first chapter before I stopped. I'll have to get this in ebook form and read it now. A waste of a good credit.
Once is enough. Although I enjoyed the story, and there were some LOL moments, the narrator just doesn't have the magic.
I would try another book from Alexander, but never from Cardy.
I've liked other books by this author.
NO, NO, NO!
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