Near the top. I love Baldacci's books
Oliver Stone. Always. Why? Why not?
I'm not a huge fan of Ron McLarty. Don't think his narration flows as well as others I've listened to, but I listen to him because I like Baldacci's books. I initially hated having a second voice doing the women's lines, but eventually got used to it.
It just held my attention
Please, please, PLEASE stop adding sound effects to audio books. It's stupid and distracting.
After listening to the previous books, I can't see ever READING a Gabaldon again. Davina Porter's narration is so wonderful. I actually put off listening to two of the series because they were not yet available in unabridged version in this country and to read an abridged version I would have had to have a different narrator. I bought BOTH the day I found they were finally available in unabridged version, with Porter narrating.
How can you separate Claire and Jamie? I love their relationship, love how it has grown and matured over the years, love how they are so clearly distinct characters in the narration.
So hard to choose just one. I love how Porter is able to create such recognizable characters, whether male or female, Scottish or British, adult or child. I do love her child accents, but my favorite characters are always Claire and Jamie.
No. I like to savor these books and only listen to them when driving in the car, thus each take several months to finish, but there are points where I have to bring the recorder into the house and just listen to an engrossing part.
I was so sad at this book coming to and end--and no new Gabaldons on the immediate horizon--that I went and bought Outlander, the first book of the series, which I read in book form about 20 years ago. I had to have my Davina Porter fix!
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