Yes. But you have to get over the cliches. Every sentence is over-written and made me cringe. But I just kept in my mind that these are not book authors. I just wish that their memoirist would have guarded them against dramatizing each and every sentence. I just wanted to learn more about them. But I felt many times that I was reading an over-written play.
Oh goodness no. If it was a movie, imagine the dramatic rises and swells in the music, for every sentence. Every utterance was dramatic and important. Gads.
I thought it would be funny, but I think the humor is amateurish. I'm not laughing.
It's too simple, and no humor. It attempts to be funny, but I don't get it.
I usually like Barbara Rosenblat - especially when she narrates for Nevada Barr. I think that I'm so used to hearing her in a non-fantasy role, that this was too much of a stretch for me.
Disappointment. I hate to put down a book, so I'm going to try and finish, but this may be one that I just let go.
I selected this book because it sounded interesting, and I also really do enjoy Bronson Pinchot as a narrator. The story has a great pace and pulls you in.
Yes and no. I Didn't want it to end, so I spread it out over several days. But it was very hard to put down.
If you are at all intrigued by the description, you should listen to this book.
I wanted to like this book. But the narrator didn't allow me to do that. I may try to read a hardcopy later to see if the story stands on its own.
No. He has a stilted reading style. He sounds like I'm sure I would sound to someone if I were to read it aloud. He sounded like an amateur.
I liked the premise.
I wish that audio books could be done by more than one reader, and you could choose your favorite.
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