Gabrielle Hamilton smacks her lips over and over and over. It ruined this for me.
I would rerecord any narrations by Yuri Rasovsky. Many of the stories were recycled from the short stories in the I Am Leged collection.
The stories were so dark, I have listened to many Richard Matheson Stories, but these are easily the darkest and angriest
spitty slobbery gross
I love Richard Matheson's writing, but this compilation just seemed lazy.
The story was great, great characters and a great twist at the end.
The Road to Mars, which I don't think is in Audiobook at this point. Also Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy to some lesser extent.
a lot of emotion and sarcasm, his voices are great, however, after listening to his narration in the Old Man's War series, he seemed a little out of place.
high fantasy classic
Arya Stark is the great character of transition, the one that becomes so much more, and easily the most interesting in the book.
He gives a number of the characters lisps and speech impediments. It is unnecessary, not written into the books and incredibly annoying.
This is a great first book in a a great series.
Eveything, great story, great characters, great pacing, great narration.
for it's addictive nature, the Harry Potter Series.
I laughed, I Cried, I hurled, I was addicted.
If you have this book, you should get it and start it today. My favorite in years.
I don't know. I didn't read the print version.
I liked Hickory and Dickory, Scalzi made them really interesting characters.
I have listened to the entire Old Man's War Trilogy and I'm currently listening to the Sheriff of Yrmaneer. He is definitely better suited for action and drama than for humor. These books better suit his vocal talents.
Yes, but no. I listen to audiobooks when I drive. My Commute is 20 minutes at a time, and I work in my car one day a week.
this is book three of a trilogy. don't buy without getting book 1 - Old Man's War and book 2 - The Ghost Brigades.
fun, exciting, interesting
Jared Dirac was my favorite, but mostly because he was the main character. Everyone in Scalzi's books is expendable, so you can't get too attached to the characters. Instead, you get awed by the action, the technology, the fresh concepts...
it's right in line with the excellent job he did on Old Man's War. His voice is well suited for this type of book.
the ending was great.
The First book in the Series,
the ability to enjoy the book while driving.
For the Saints of God and for the Lamb!
Well worth a listen. Frank Peretti is great.
creepy lesbian vampire
the creepy setting
I have seen all of the Anne of Green Gables movies. I found her reading to be very good, but a bit breathy.
J. Sheridan Le Fanu is one of the classic greats. He is recommended to all, however, the language is a bit antiquated.
perfectly competent job
boring stories. worse than I could have imagined. so boring it put me to sleep and I nearly wrecked my car.
Definitely is the top one third.
Dr. Impossible, the supervillain.
The narrators do excellent voice characterization and inflection.
It had plenty of funny moments.
Check it out if you like superhero stuff.
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