Skip this narrator. After lstening to an hour, I had to archive it as the best thing I can say about the narrator is that it's a great cure for incomnia. I'll never listen to her again.
Kathy Reich is a favorite of mine, too bad it was so poorly narrated. This is the first time I've not thoroughly enjoyed an Audible book until now.
Not listened before but have read many other novels by her.She
Whoever narrated "The Dove Keepers." She's excellent
Every narrator is entitled to a clunker once in awhile, but I doubt I'll try this narrator again.
I am sorry I waisted even a minute with the Help, the sky is falling book. Had I realized what it was I'd not wasted a credit on it.
So far, this is the best, partly, if not entirely because of Scott Brick's ability to moderate his voice so wonderfully. I used to listen to Audible titles all the time when I traveled for a living Now I look at a book and then look to see who narrated it. If Scott did it, I buy it; there are many narrators I'll think two or three times before clicking ok.
I'm still listening to it and frankly, this is one of those rare books that change totally when listened to as compared to reading it.
I've read Atlas Shrugged a few times from cover-to-cover and have changed my mind about what she had to say. First time around, I tossed the book across the room in anger. Second time, same reaction. Now? I'm starting to think that Ms. Rand was pretty close to being a prophet.
Whodathunk that this country would get as screwed up as it has? Competition is good but some of the court decisions that have been made in the past few years make me think of Ayn Rand.
I'm now in my 70s; I'm not an objectives and do not subscribe at all to her philosophy, however, some on the right wing are starting to make noises with which I do not feel comfortable. Particularly bothersome is the method that the funnymentalist Xians are using to take over certain committees to change the view of mainstream school children. Here in Texas, it is worse than absurd.
His meter and rhythm. He uses his voice the way broadcast announcers used to, and the tone of his voice tends to make my ears magnetized but not lulled. His clarity is crisp and keeps me paying attention. He places emphasis on phrases that I might have skimmed by without understanding its import.
Traveling Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas, one MUST stay awake...Scott was always my best companion.
Have not finished the book this time around, but I am enjoying having the time to sit back and let Scott Brick paint pictures in my mind.
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