Yes. It’s beautiful story that shows all the facets of human nature.
I especially liked the part when Valentine and Peter reach an agreement and start working together to influence the minds of others.
The narrator does a beautiful job in bringing the scenes of the battle school to life.
The most emotional moment for me was when Ender talk to the Bugger queen.
This book, much like the previous two, is the perfect mix between the ancient egyptian mythology and the present time. The characters worry about the impending apocalypse as much as they worry about their relatioships or their first prom. Both the narrators do an amazing job and, despite all the drama and the bad things, the author was able to tell the story in an entertaining way. Although it's a story for the young crowd anyone who likes all things egyptian will like this book.
The narrators gave a new perspective to the story, and the sounds and musical notes made it perfect.
My favourite character was Eeyore. His depressive mood and negative thinking contrasts perfectly with some of the more cheerful characters in the book. And the way his friends keep trying to help him and cheer him up is simply adorable. For me his birthday is one of the best stories in the book.
Judi Dench as a narrator was my favourite. She was able to tell the story in playfull and entertaining way.
I bought this audiobook right after watching the new Winnie the Pooh movie and started to read at night night in my bed. I quickly found that this one was an amazing bedtime story that would put me to sleep in a very restful way. Not because the audiobook is boring and can't be read all the way trough (I've done it and its a very nice experience too) but because the voices, the sounds ans the story are so soothing.
I didn't get a chance to read the print version but I can't imagine it gets better than this.
One of the most memorable moments for me was the Sarah Palin
I haven't listened to any other performances by Tina Fey but after listening to this one I will for sure look for them.
There wasn't a particular moment that moved me but the entire book is written in such an amazing and honest way that I felt I was talking to her in person, and that in itself is a big moment!
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