The voice actors were completely wonderful. I generally don't prefer audiobooks because the narration can be so flat, but I loved the narrators in Code Name Verity.
I loved Verity. She became such a deep character as the story unfolded.
Morven and Lucy both did a fantastic job of bringing their characters to life, but I could have listened to Morven Christie talk all day.
Julie, she would have so much to say. Also for other reasons, but I can't say without spoiling bits of the story.
The book tends to be marketed as YA, but I believe that this is a fulfilling read for any age group.
There's nothing I can say about this book that someone else hasn't already said. Neil's narration is impeccable, the world-building and description are immersive, and I loved the characters immediately. I loved the tension in the story, and was glad that it was thrilling and suspenseful without being horrific or gory. That being said, I did see the "twist" coming from a mile off, but it's a children's book, so I can't really complain about that.
Jenny lends her own voice to this collection of stories, and I think that it enhances the experience considerably. While the singsongy chapter introductions were kind of awkward and the language was definitely NSFW, her colorful recollections were very enjoyable. It probably wouldn't stand up well to a repeat listen, at least not right away, but I enjoyed my time with Jenny. She taught me a few colorful curses I wouldn't've otherwise known.
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