I know OSC loves Rudnicki as the 'voice' of his novels. It's hard for me to listen to so much character self-interspection, especially in Rudnicki's low bass. It's like listening to someone mumbling to himself about himself. Who wants to listen in on that?
Haven't managed to finish this yet. I'm sure there's a good point to the story that's worth the telling.
Some audiobook narrators are difficult to listen to. Berman's performance brings this story to life. After both reading and hearing the first Vey book, I recommend listening to this over reading it. It's just so fun to hear!
Might compare to Harry Potter, or I Am Number Four. Sci-Fi brought closer to home.
What comes next? Waiting for it!
Yes- I recommend this book- and especially this audiobook. First, it's a good story- told cleanly. Looking forward to movies. Good going RPE.
Second- Audio narrators can make or break a story. Berman's narration excells! He makes each character unique. You can 'feel' their essence. His transitions seem effortless and are easy to listen to.
Berman bantering the teens voices back and forth - made me laugh as I could 'see' each individual character and love each of them.
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