The first story was well written and well read. One of the other stories was well read. Otherwise, it was irritating at worst and boring at best.
One narrator had an annoying repetitive inflection. Others were not pulling the best they could out of the text.
All but the first story.
Come on, you should have better readers!
The narrator had little emotional range, relying on content alone for character development. Everybody spoke at the same pace and in the same limited set of attitudes. Sad.
Almost anybody. Alessandro Juliani does a better teenaged girls, with more complexity, at least, than Emma Galvin did. Sorry, Emma, but you have got to loosen up and dig a little deeper to get this reader to go near anything you narrate.
Come on, Audible. You know what good reading sounds like.
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