The narrator himself was the star of the show, doing a fantastic job with characterization with just his voice, adjusting pitch and tone appropriately--top notch reading.
All are well voiced, so it's hard to say. The protagonist gets the most air time and, as such, is probably a favorite for his resigned gallows humor. The lead antagonist's quirks of speech pattern became a bit annoying after a while, ending each statement with the rising tone of a question.
I'll look forward to more of Croshaw's voicework, though his story writing will probably need a few books to get warmed up. I wonder if he wrote this as he would an episode of Zero Punctuation that we might find a more engaging and less conventional tale.
Characterization of Captain Gus McCrae. Lee Horsley did a great job fleshing out characters with different voices despite them all having a broad Southern feel.
Pick a death, any death.
I haven't but he did a great job distinguishing the many voices (well over 20 different ones)
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