Olivia vs Connie
I love the accents he does. The narrator has a wonderful way of bringing the characters to life, and really letting the reader feel the 'setting'. In my head they would have sounded different.
The relationship between John and Marie. But there were many points that tugged at my heart strings.
Wonderful read. I never liked werewolves too much, only read this because a friend recommended it, but I might have actually changed my mind after these books. Great work by the author and the narrator added an extra layer of awesome.
I really think the narrator brings extra life to the story. It's wonderfully narrated.
Fred. He was a quirky character.
The different voices, the pacing of the narration and the great intonation. His Scottish accent is so nice to listen to and he reads beautifully.
It's a rather short children's book, so this question is not too relevant.
I was given a free copy in exchange for a review. I don't read a lot of children's books, but this one was very creative and sweet. I think it's a lovely read for primary school children.
Somewhere in the middle. I love the narrator of this, he did the story a lot of justice
Hmmm not sure. I liked the writing style well enough, but the story fell a little flat for me. The book is marked as YA, but it felt more like a children's book (for 3rd or 4th grade kids) and lacked a little imagination. Though the setting was interesting enough.
I loved the different accents, and the fast pace of the narrative. There was real 'life' in the characters.
No, not at all.
I think this will be a nice story for younger children. For me it lacked a bit of layers, and the story itself didn't live up to the promise. I didn't want to give it two stars, because it wasn't bad. I feel the narrator really spruced it up for me, though.
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