I would have preferred the written version, to the audio, because the narration was aweful
I don't read/listen to a lot of true crime stories so it would be hard to compare it to anything.
I thought the story was sad, but the robotic, awful tone of narrator was difficult to listen too, so I had to take a lot of breaks.
This started out good, and ended in a way I didn't expect...Not horrible but not the greatest story either.
The Wayward Pines series is one of the most inventive and original series I've ever come across. You will not be disappointed and completely hooked once you start listening.
Yes, because it's original and hard to forget.
The beginning of the story.
His tone and ability to disguise his voice without becoming annoying.
Can't say without revealing bits of the story so I won't commit :-)
Not bad, but not great.
hard to say what I would change if anything.
no favorite scene
I would recommend this to all my friends.
Thomas, because he was a very interesting character.
Everything, his voice and tone fit this story perfectly.
Our future depends on our past.
No, because I don't normally listen to books twice, but I would watch the movie.
I don't think I have listen to him before, very good performance. The lead character was a bit of slow talker. Other than that not bad.
When making an exit.... don't look back.
Didn't read the print version, but this version is nicely done.
The way it was told, and the pace.
Meeting the fans of her brother.
nothing, and the pace of the story is what I liked least.
He talked to slooooowwwwww..
no, because this was boring enough
the story and characters....
yes, the way characters met each other and
The tone and it's like your listening to a good radio drama....
I want the story to continue.... LOL
yes, it's that good.
"Your last warning about the dangers of Hitchhiking"
This book is very entertaining....
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