I can't imagine.
Yes, I may have liked the book read by a different narrator.
This book was filled with long drawn out philosophical discussions between characters. These conversations are unbearable to listen to when the narrator uses the exact same voice with absolutely NO changes between characters - male, female, gangster, etc., they all have the same voice and tone. Very difficult to follow in long conversations. I couldn't keep track of who was talking. More than 10 hours into the book, I simply gave up.
the twists in double twist at the end we're just too much.
Absolutely. Overall I really enjoyed the series, I was just a bit disappointed by the ending.
Only if she narrated a book that I would be willing to suffer through poor narration in order to read. Her slow overannunciation drove me crazy. It did help to speed the narration up to 1 1/4 speed.
Yes. It was unique, and I enjoyed the characters. Speeding up the narration made it bearable to listen to.
I don't reread books unless I need to remember a previous book before reading the next in a series. I finished the trilogy, so I won't reread.
I loved Tara's interrogation of Bran.
It was a tie between Tara and Malcolm.
Lily's vulnerability and innocence when she tried to entice Will.
This was the best narrated book I've ever listened to.
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