There's no account for taste. But, I'd think if you've never, ever, read or listened to anything before in your life, have no reference point whatsoever, it might work.
No. The sad thing is that I've read all his "Cleaner" Quinn's novels and enjoyed them immensely. But, when he migrated to the apocalypse bandwagon, he lost me. It reminds me when Schwartzenegger and Stalone tried their hands at comedy. Disaster!
Absolutely. I'm listening to him right now and enjoying it very much. It's not his fault the story sucks.
Anger and Disappointment. I felt cheated by buying this load of crap!
Live and learn!
The best Horror Tales I've listened to.
The Vampire Archives. A compilation of thematic horror histories that span over a century written by the masters of the genre.
The ability to create the atmosphere and to impart the protagonists feelings and state of mind in the correct dialogues and dialects of the intended time period.
The Werewolf Chronicles
Great fun and great narrators!
No. Too Depressing and Uninteristing.
Robin Sachs can read the ingredients of a cooking recipe and sound interisting. He is a master.
Sad that Kurt Wallander has to fade away in this manner.
Nothing sort of re-writing this fiasco.
Different narrator, at least!
Yes. The realization that Dean Koonts can't write crappy books,
and some narrator can induce suicide.
This is the Worst Narrator I ever had the misfortune to listen to.
The story and the narrator, but for the last hour of the book, when, inexplicably, he proceeds to review and retell the previous 7 hours!? Why? What a waste!
I'm not sure. See above.
Great voices and interpretation of the characters.
Not. The narrative was too verbose and annoyingly melodramatic.
No. Irritatingly slow and tiresome.
To listen to another book.
This audible production made me appreciate and admire even more the movie directors who make the movie Dracula so interesting in spite of Bram Stoker's boring narrative.
I would make it shorter and less melodramatic. This story should be a 15 hour narration, and not 30 very long hours! It became very tedious!
I hope not.
Disappointed and now very suspicious of the great reviews and reviewers I read on Audible
and Amazon. I'll read them with a grain o salt from now on.
The Locale and Harry Hole's collected and analytical character
He brings the different accents/speech cadences and mannerisms of the the local peoples.
A little too much gruffinesss.
Looking forward to Jø Nesbø's next book, with, perhaps, Christopher Lane or Phil Gigante as narrators.
No, for I don't listen to, read or watch the same movie twice. So much to listen to... So little time!
No one. Too many to keep track!
Tales of the Vampire
Is there a sequel to this book?
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