From Elizabeth Lowell - yes
By Narrator Richard Ferrone - no
The premise of the story is interesting - Mayan end of the year in 2012, however the narration makes the book almost impossible to listen to.
Everything. He makes the female lead character sound like the wicked witch of the west and the male lead character like a dirty old man.
Books written by female authors should be narrated by a female voice. Read the book, you will enjoy it more than the audio version.
I love Nora Roberts books but the use of a male for narration is off-putting. Although the main character is male, the author is a female and writes with a female voice and perspective. Luke Daniels makes the female characters sound whiney and weak. If you want to enjoy the book, you are better off reading it rather than listening to it.
The narrator has such a thick accent that you cannot understand a word he says. I stopped listening within 15 minutes of starting so I have no idea if this would be a good story or not.
Frustration - could not understand a word the narrator spoke
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