I recommend this audiobook for its performance and the plot. It has the best performance of any book I've ever listened to!
I would compare this book to Daniel X because both books are about a boy with special abilities and both of them go on adventures. They're are both funny and fascinating.
I liked Nathaniel Parker's emotion and pace, not rushing a single sentence unless that was meant to happen in the book.
During this audiobook I had many emotions, because of the very sad parts of the book, even though they always worked out fine. It was a very interesting book with lots of feelings and emotion in it.
The book was extremely good and should be able to satisfy any reader.
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