Yes, it is very entertaining and at times disturbing.
Jon Ronson's other works.
He's always good, same here.
The truth and fiction behind the worst imaginings of paranoid thinkers
I laughed, I cried, I was terrified. This book runs the gamut of emotions and changed my outlook on the construct of our existence forever.
Yes, I like the story and love the familiar old protagonists. The voice acting is a bit distracting, but when it is at it's worst it is hilariously so, good for a laugh at least.
Original Trilogy characters taking off pretty much where Return of the Jedi left off. If you are a fan of the original Star Wars trilogy and want to see an imagining of where the characters went from there, this is a good read.
Well, I applaud him for his efforts to mimic the original actors from the original trilogy, which is ambitious...but almost every character quote is read with the the similar manner that he interprets that character to have. This gets a bit repetitive and the character becomes more like a card-board cutout caricatured impression because of it: The reader's soft lilting falsetto when reading Leah's lines are distracting and her strength of character is diminished by the performance. She sounds even more air-headed the the book imagine;s her. It is bad enough the the author has her getting man-splained to repeatedly by just about every male around her. If she is the badass that most fan's of the original trilogy prefer to interpret her character to be, she wouldn't put up with such nonsense and as a groomed princess and ambassador, she should know as much if not more than the men.Which brings me to Han and Lando. The performance of Han sounds more like Joe from Family guy and almost every line reads like John Wayne more than Harrison Ford.Lando is the most distractingly hilarious depiction; sounding like the performance of the character Kirk Lazarus from the 2008 comedy "Tropic Thunder" portrayed by Robert Downey Jr. He seems to have unintentionally gone "full-'Colt 45'-SNL-sketch" with his Billy D. Williams impression.
Original Star Wars trilogy continues where it left off - revisit your favorite characters.
I loved the return to Degobah also and the new young characters.
Yes, in print or by a different narrator.
This is a fantastic biography of a great scientist and human, ruined by bad narration.
The narrator reads everything like a Sunday-school teacher reading out of a children's bible. He mispronounces scientific words and historical figures incessantly! This narration is a bad joke.
In a heartbeat.
I'm sure the narrator is a nice guy, but this book did not suit him. The audio director also needs to wake up!
This book is a crash course in online marketing. The sentiment of the book is that it is easy and effective to utilize as many key online social mediums as possible to get customers.
Some of it's emphasis seems misplaced and perhaps a bit
No, the narration was slow and his voice sounded more like a 50 something business manager rather than a young 26 year old marketing guru.
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