This is a charming book, well read by David Tennant. The story is engaging and entertaining, like easy listen in book form.
Congratulations if you have not yet discovered Christopher Moore - you have hours of fun ahead. This is a story that has everything you need - blues, a sword wielding amazonian, ancient monsters and a pot smoking police man.
Great execution of a great idea. A wonderful book that will be with you for a while after you have stopped laughing out loud.
Biff, hands down, the best friend anyone can have.
Good, but not as brilliant as I thought it would be. Still, a very enjoyable listen.
This is a classic book - if you haven't read it then the next best thing is listening to Stephen Fry reading it. Go on! You will not regret it!
The pub scene in the beginning.
I would listen to it 10 times just to hear Benedict Cumberbatch read. His voice is wonderful. The story is excellent, old England as we all imagine it to be (well, not with a murderer, but the rest).
His voice is amazing and keeps you coming back for more.
This book took a while to get into, but worth it in the end.
I liked the escapism in the middle of London, a great idea. I will be looking up next time I visit.
I love Christopher Moore and in some ways this was a typical Christopher Moore, just not quite as quirky as some of this other ones. That said, this is pretty quirky and Euan Morton does a fantastic job narrating the book. Well worth listening to!
The narrators voice - perfect fit for the story.
His narration is excellent, I am going to search for more books read by him now.
No. This was a book I enjoyed listening to as I travelled to and from work over a week.
Montmorency is a great little story that is told by Stephen Fry whose voice add an extra dimension. The story is captivating on its own but Stephen Fry's beautiful voice brings it alive in a way that makes it hard to stop listening. Well worth a listen!
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