The author is self important and stereotypically Atheist. The book takes, from the outset, a negative position against religion. I was looking for a more open minded text.
The Narrator, both the written narrator's Character and the Audible Narrator's performance.
Seriously with this question? Audible, you are just ASKING for spoilers. The part where Bruce Willis is the ghost.
His dark dry voice, foreboding humor (when called for), and his subtle character portrayals.
Max because I think he could use it.
This book was beautiful. I am a nearly 30 year old man and I wept openly in public while listening to this book on the subway. The language flows like poetry, but it never feels pretentious. As an audiobook it is even more beautiful because the Narrator performs so marvelously. It is like theater. He brings a power to his role that I think would be missing if you only read it yourself.
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