Great story, generally good narration. I really enjoyed this, zombies meet '24'. BUT, Mr Porter, please get a voice coach for the English accent!!! It was absolutely terrible. Wrong vowel sounds, wrong stress and emphasis. That 'London' accent comes from the moon, or mars or somewhere, but not London!!!
It kept pulling me out of the story and I almost didn't get the second book because of this. However, the other characters were great, the story ripped along and apart from Major Grace, the narration was very good.
A wonderful listen. Jeff Woodman should win an award. He is I think, the best narrator on Audible. His different voices are perfect and he gets male and female spot on. Unbelievably good narration.
The story was great too. I always enjoy this author and he is the only person I will download without bothering to listen to a sample.
Keep them coming. A brilliant, wonderful combination of author and narrator. Well done.
i loved this book. it was rude, totally infantile and very naughty. it made me feel like a mischievous child again.
i love anything with demons. this was a new, very silly, but fun angle.
if you are easily offended or don't have a scatalogical sense of humour, don't buy it. you have been warned!
I came to this after listening to all the other Reacher books, as i had become accustomed to Dick Hill. OK, Reacher sounds different, but I cannot understand the criticism. I thought it was excellently narrated and the voices were good (at least to my British ears).
The story was really compelling and I finished it in two days. Overall a very good listen.
A great re-imagining of the zombie story, set in a technologically advanced future. Very good, but a few loose ends. It would make a great film.
However the narration is unbelievably bad. It sounds like a female Stephen Hawkins, that is mechanical and strange with odd pausing, stress and pronunciation. I almost gave up. I dont think I have heard anything quite so bad. Nevertheless I am glad I stuck with the story. Hopefully there will be a sequel (read by a different person, please god!)
Brilliant story (in parts similar to the film Pitch Black). The good story was elevated by the superlative narration. Ms Fortgang's voice is a beautiful combination of cream and honey!
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and am eager for the sequel. and more narration from this wonderful lady!
Very good story. Well read, although the style and translation take some getting used to. Definitely listen to the first two books before this one. The middle one was a bit of a dip in form, but this one is excellent. Eagerly looking forward to the next instalment,
as usual a brilliant combination of story and narration at its best. what else can be said? this is what audible listening is all about!
i gave up on this after 5 hours. the narrator is SO boring. I just could not get into the story because of her dull, monotonous delivery. very cross, as another wasted credit. Audible. why can you not make samples LONGER?
A great listen. Very difficult at times. Some of story is set in concentration camps where medical experiments are carried out. This is very harrowing, so be prepared, especially I would imagine, if any of your family members experienced this time first-hand. The overall story though is excellent, well-thought out and beautifully read.
One of my best listens in over 5 years and with nearly 500 audiobooks under my belt. Cant wait for more from this talented and imaginative author and pls, whoever, keep the same narrator!
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