The story was well written and left suspense, I hate when I can tell what is coming in the story line, but this definitely had its twists and turns.
The narrator, Emma Galvin, does a great job at narrator, so much so that I chose to read another book because she is the narrator.
Jackson, because he seems to be more defined as a character, plus, love those cajun boys.
Keith Nobbs makes his character so creepy, you can feel the disgust roll down you.
I love that Emma Galvin doesn't make "fake" voices and is just a natural.
Yes, it was. It was done way too soon and was disappointed to find out that there aren't anymore out in this series yet.
Among the very top, the story was good, the narration was excellent, and the sense of humor of the author is wonderful!
No, I don't think I've read a book that was fantasy/humor and that is precisely how I would define this whole series.
I love the fact that he can successfully do different voices. His female voices could be improved, but that is to be expected. His variety of other voices is very well done! I am quite picky about narrators and would definitely try another book based simply on him being the narrator.
No, but the humor of the book was wonderful. Caught myself one too many times laughing out loud at work.
If you like bad puns, mocking and/or comparing to current people/event/movies, I definitely recommend this book. Rarely do I find something that has a similar sense of humor as myself, as I am a lover of "bad" puns and this book was simply awesome in its sense of humor.
I haven't read the print version, but the audio version is very nice to listen to. Martin Sheen does a wonderful job with the narration.
I love that the Dalai Lama doesn't talk down to you in this book, but instead provides rational reasoning to why would should find our human connections and how similar we all are.
I haven't listened to any other of Martin Sheen's narrations, but I would be more inclined to purchase an audio book if he was the narrator.
Nothing particular, but he makes very valid points on how to reach a reasoning in society that will work for everyone, regardless of religion or lack of it.
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