Love the story plot, C. Freehan is a great story teller; audible presentation sucks. Especially the "echoing mind thoughts" and the forced theatrically voice presentation. From this point forward I will read the books.
Absolutely, the story starts out a little strange, with the reader/listener guessing and wondering, but at the same time knowing what the story line is all about. You keep with the story to see if you guessed right, while fascinated at the turn of events.
Sergeant (everything, beginning to end), Melanie (self-acceptance and determination), Ms. Justineau (her compassion)
Melanie’s explanation to Sergeant.
No; good story but not really a “must see what happens next” type of story.
I like the narrator, did not try to sound like a man, she was natural, you knew the characters when they spoke. My problem, not the narrator, was attuning my ears to an English narrator. This audio book I will return to often.
Very Poor recording from the original master
Digital re-mastering of the original.
I would come back and get it if there was a better version available.
The narrator really brings this story to life. I really love stories about end-of-the-world survival. The story not only follows our survivors but provides instructions on how to survive by obtaining the best weapons, types of food to gather and store, finding/building shelter and how to keep physically and mentally fit.
The "Bear" chapter, I was torn between the survival of the bear and the survival of my characters.
The best I've listen to in a long, long time. What makes Mr. Williams special is he does not over do the female voices and he has a natural conversational/story telling voice.
Not really, after all it is a blood and guts book.
Guy Williams should narrate a lot more books!!!
One of the best audio I've listen to in a long time, great plot, forward moving story line. I plan to read the other books in the series since they are not in audio.
These are great stories, love the plot, the characters and the idea of good Carp and bad vamp, however it seems that the only reader who got the idea of how the characters should sound is Juanita Parker (especially the Carpathian males). Ferrone(?) breaths to heavy and voice is rattle.
I can no longer listen to the audibles because the other readers don't have a clue.
Excellent story telling, an adventure easy to imagine and visiualize. The narrator is the best.
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