The characters and relationships
No. First time. Good performance.
I've been a fan of Asimov since my teen years. This was an enjoyable listen, but came across as a little dated. Not (all) in the technology, Asimov future seeing still stands up. But in the language and casual words of the characters. All in all, enjoyable, but not amazing.
I'm trying to find out.
Maybe... its the narrator I am struggling with. I am not sure on the story yet.
Anyone else. Luke Daniels?
To much mumbling, breathy, over emoted narration. I had to change the settings on my car stereo to the 'voice' setting, turn it way up, and focus on what he is saying to try to keep up. Its a lot of work.
Luke Daniels and a Great story made me want to be the main character.
The Sookie Stackhouse series (True Blood). They both have a vast world of intermixed magic, and a good sense of humor. But I love the way this writer has resolved the magic worlds to co-exist.
And, those Dianna Gabledon (how ever you spell her name) books about that Jamie guy and the stones some chick fell into and went to the past (my wife loves that series) but without all the emo relationship. Or breathy panting sex scenes describing tight rear ends. There is some sex, and some descriptions... but maybe written from a guys perspective? (err... duh)
Fluid, with enough silly characterization (but done well) to make it fun. Also... so important... he is VERY easy to understand. I am considering returning another audiobook because I cant understand what the reader is saying. Luke adds character to the... err... characters... but does so in a clear and well spoke voice.
Favorite book I have listened to in a long long time. I am committed to listening to the rest of the series.
I HIGHLY recommend it. But, in fairness, my wife isn't sold on them yet. She thinks the talking dog is silly. But don't listen to her. These books are amazing.
No frame of reference.
Yes. Good performance.
Not yet. It started too... Right from the beginning, I could see patterns in my own life that were causing my problems. But change requires more than listening to a book.
Nope. If I every go back to finish it, I may change my mind.
The frank hilarious stories.
Again, the frank hilarious stories.
No, first time.
Umm... add the fortune cookie phrase... "in Bed"?
I thought this was a great book. Usually I am a fiction fan, but occasionally listen to a bio. Very funny. Some good life lessons. I am not going to go so far as to say it was life changing and inspirational. But it made me happy. Everyday I listened to it.
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