I would if they liked the pathetic type heroine and asian dudes. Super sayan asian guy sounds hot.
No- but i havent been in a rush to read another of Anne's books
::groan:: unffortunately yes- all books are being made into movies nowadays
Snot and tears. J&C tend to do that to me.
I've listened to the mistress of Avalon series, and I'd say her voice box was developed to narrate this series and this series alone. Granted she sucks at Bree's voice, but Porters voice is the only one I hear when I replay Jamie and Claire quotes in my mind
A more believable plot with more believable characters
Of course. I love Gigante's male voices but his female ones... just doesnt work
Linda Howard for me has always been hit or miss. This was a miss
honestly- the only entertaining element of this was the P-word and C-word was used frequently to reference certain areas of the female anatomy, and "entertaining" if only at a juvenile level. I am in no way prude, and I didn't find the vocabulary "distracting", I just felt it was the only part that was worth noticing in this book. It starts off intersting enough, but as soon as the first sex scene comes in, the entire plot seems to dissapate and the book becomes pages and pages of mattress mambo. Then when the plot kicks in again, it all screams Sci-fi meets bad soap opera... really heavy on the cheesiness.
I loved that they used two narrators for this. Especially Phil Gigante. His voice for Jerricho Barrons is so sexy ...
The Sinsar Dubh. Those conversations are pretty thought provoking. I sometimes find myself thinking of ways to create without destroying.
JZB hands down.
If you loved the print you have to give the audio a try.
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