I would say one of the top ones. The characters were ones I could relate to, with their little quirks of personality.
This was a good Ruth Rendell, typical of her. It included many moments that made me smile. I can't really compare it to anything else I've read.
He was brilliant with his voices. They were all very distinctive.
Absolutely recommended! It is a gripping story, one of those ones you don't want to put down.
I enjoyed the suspense and utter surprise at the twists in the story.
No I haven't.
At one stage I almost didn't want to listen because I could guess what terrible things were going to be said - but I couldn't tear myself away from the grimness of the story being told. I found myself thinking "Oh my god".
I would make it not so darn long.
I wouldn't. Although the story was fascinating initially with the time travel aspect, I was not nearly so interested in JFK's assassination.
Yes I could imagine it would make a good movie, but no ideas re actors.
No, I never listen to a story or read a book more than once. I like to be in suspense.
It's a gripping science fiction story.
The narration was robotic. The narrator puts on some quite good voices, but does sound like a robot, which is a bit disappointing.
Probably the bit where the characters were hanging on for dear life out in space - very exciting!
The narration was good, with excellent voices.
The story dragged on a little and was quite a complicated story. However, it was gripping at times.
She brings the characters to life very well.
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