Narration good, but story implausible.
The music and sound effects are distracting and annoying. Why is this becoming a trend? Do audible listeners really find this adds to their listening pleasure? You need to start indicating on the order page whether a book includes this feature so I can steer clear in the future.
The story is great, but the dialogue is so stilted that even the excellent reading of Lou Diamond Phillips can't rescue it. The problem is that the characters don't ever use contractions when they talk, and as we know, that just isn't how people speak to each other. This isn't so noticeable when reading because we tend to contract in our heads, but with spoken word it just becomes stilted and silly to hear these rough and tumble characters speaking with such fomality -- even in the most crisis-ridden moments.
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