handier for me. Easier to listen while running or driving than to sit down and read.
Ann Rice's Beauty trilogy, another example of literate porn. Both authors know how to write standard English, and know how to write raunch without sexist or approaches taking me out of the mood. Also, listen to Susie Bright's interview with Nicholson Baker in her In Bed series for a good idea of the tone and approach of the book.
Clear and easy to understand. A good professional reader.
no. It is a collection of related short stories.
Yes. Elmore Leonard writes as if for a film, and an audio production comes close.
The story kept my interest in characters and plot.
I don't keep track of performers, because Audible performers are all pretty good.
1. The politics were a little explicit, but believable. Some might be offended by American fascists using dead conservative politicians as icons of fascism, but other fascists have distorted history for their own purposes. 2. However, the author's repeated mis-stating of the time dilation due to relativistic velocity was irritating. He should have had a physicist or physics major read the story. 3. Character actions seemed designed to further the plot, because they were not believable otherwise. I can forgive an occasional lapse where the author has written himself into a corner, but there are too many here.
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