This is an outstanding story that contains richly developed characters and truly great narration.
Although the story itself is quite good, clearly Charlie David's narration was my favorite part.
All of them. It is clear that his fine acting skills make all the difference in the world to his ability to inhabit his characterizations.
Why rename it, it is just perfect as it is!
I can't wait to hear another Damon Suede story narrated by Charlie David!!!
Yes, absolutely, and I intend to after I have listened to the previous books in the Langs Down series.
When Thorne rescues Ian from the wildfire. Another was when Ian rescued Thorne from the canteen.
Mr. James is a truly gifted narrator who was able to switch from an American accent to a rich and spot on Australian accent and making it sound easy to do! It almost makes me wonderful if he isn't Australian. He was able to voice each character uniquely, so much so that I didn't need the reminders of who was speaking.
I won't spell this correctly, but it was the cook, Cummi. A man of few words who made a huge impact on everyone's life at the station.
I'm off to buy the rest of the audiobooks in the series!
This is a lovely story about second chances and two people who desperately need them.
When Logan reconnects with his friend Michael
Just outstanding! His voicing for Logan was pitch-perfect
I wouldn't change the title, it is very appropriate!
I'm a big fan of Dreamspinner products, Cardeno C and Paul Morey, BUT this was a real disappointment. There were several editing problems, there were continuity problems which surprise me that Paul Morey didn't do something about as he, in a single breath, mixed up the two main charachter's names. Finally, how is it that a boy raised in the northeast, whose parents have NO discernible accents, has a thick southern accent?!? It just seems that everyone involved with this book just phoned it in!
Shortened it substantially. I just wanted to slap the two main characters across the chops and scream "Snap out of it!"
Did he choose the character voices or did someone tell him to give a boy raised in New York a southern accent?
Paul Morey is a gifted narrator and I love his voice. Everything else I've heard him read has been outstanding. I don't know what happened on this book, but I hope whomever was in charge gets fired!
This is a story where hard work, honesty, hope and love can overcome even the worst of nightmares. Amy Lane has become my favorite author of this genre and Nick Russo did an amazing job switching vocal intonations and accents with great aplomb. I hope Amy and Nick collaborate again in the near future!
When Sonny and Ace first meet.
Not yet, but I'm to look for other books he has narrated!
When Sonny met Ace's mother.
I would HIGHLY recommend this story to any devotee of m2m romance!
The narration. K.C. Kelly did an outstanding job with the southwest cowboy drawl.
That everyone, no matter how damaged, deserves love and happiness.
The admission, by Joshua, about the pregnant girl's death.
Rowan Speedwell has crafted a nuanced and beautiful story.
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