I would listen to it again, as long as it was with another narrator. The Kindle text synthesizer has a more engaging voice than the narrators...
Nick Sullivan or somone with a similar voice would have made a much better match, but basically anyone but the current narrator would be bettter.
The story in itself is quite full of moments all through, but sure the moments for the handover are of course the most intense.
It's a shame such an interesting story gets destroyed by such a boring narration, but nonetheless, very much worth a read. If you manage to overlook the narration and concentrate on the story you're in for a treat.
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