Yes. I generally like books by Huruki Murakami.
I was literally stunned. Didn't see it coming. Seemed somewhat strange.
They bring flair to the story. This helped me to visualize the stories.
Yes. As long as they removed the story containing sharpie cakes and crows I would watch it. That story was the only bad thing about this title.
I wish that another of Mr. Murakami's books would become available from audible. It's called South of the Border: West of the Sun. I think that is by far his best work, out of the stories and novels that I have read so far.
The best plan
The Five Love Languages comes to mind, when I think about other books to compare this to. Both are great books. This one just goes into more detail, especially about looks and being interested in what women find interesting. If you take the advice from both books together, and practice it you could have even better results.
His tone of voice and his use of humor was awesome.
Make her feel special.
mind bending philosophy
Mr Honda yelling.
Kumiko, because she sounds interesting.
I hate the character of Mai Kasahara. She's so annoying.
The commentary was masterful and made since. The narrators performance was nearly flawless.
Grand admiral Thran was my favorite character. I like the way that Timothy Zahn portrayed him, and the fact that he had a command throne.
No, I have not listened to their other performances. However, I look forward to hearing some of them.
Star Wars: Episode 7 Heir to the Empire
Will the other two books in the trilogy ever be released in unabridged audio? I sincerely hope so.
somewhere in the middle
It was predictable.
I have not. So, I have nothing to compare it to.
Good performance saved a mediocre story.
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