The character development was fantastic and the story was captivating. Although, some of the characters were whiny at times which started to get old.
Yes, I thought his story telling was great.
His many different accents an the suspense and excitement he brings to certain situations was fantastic.
This book turns many people's preconceived notions on their ears. Well written and thoroughly researched, I highly recommend this book.
This review is more on the narration than on the content of the book. 45 minutes in and I can hardly stand to keep listening. It's not that John Lee is a terrible narrator, I'm sure he's fine on other books, but Dotrice added depth and nuance to the characters, whereas Lee is overly dramatic and monotonous. In fact, it's often difficult to decipher who is speaking since Lee speaks in the same voice for every character. I know Dotrice's shoes are hard to fill, but the've got to be able to do better than Lee. He just isn't what we've come to expect from this series.
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