I have already recommended this audiobook to friends as I was listening to it, it is a real thinker.
There is no comparison. Most books of this sort are unevenly matched but this one is perfect.
Whitfield speaks as though he is the author not a performer. It makes all the difference!
I was surprised to find out that CS Lewis was a fan of Freud's before his conversion.
I would recommend this to anyone who knows the British culture
I don't know of a comparison.
The performances by Ulli Birve were all exceptional! Every character was done extremely well!!!
I started off hating all but one of the characters so I thought I would hate the book but the performance was so well done it kept me interested. Before too long I was hooked.
It helps that I lived in England for several years or the characters would never have become endearing. I think people that don't know the Brits may not easily see the subtle traits that slowly allows the reader to get past the initial obnoxious appearance of the characters.
The details given showed a great imagination
Think Caris was my favorite character
I didn't realize how much acting was necessary to be able to read these stories well but unfortunately Cristofer Jean in not a good actor. I don't think I would have had a problem with the voices he used if his acting didn't fall so short. I think anybody could be a better reader. ~Sorry~
I might have but the narration was really distracting. I had to really gear myself up to listen past it.
I don't know if I will listen to book 2 if it has the same narrator.
It was a sweet book that had some interesting twist and turns.
I liked most all the characters but found the brother-in-law's character pulling at my heart strings.
I enjoyed the description of characters at the winter BBQ.
When the little girl finally spoke
I would probably try it again
I think what it lacks is that the characters are not endearing, you don't really like anyone. You sort of start off liking the "butler" but soon you change your mind about him as well.
It really is a disappointing book, from the very beginning you have to wonder how a supposedly top rate butler will except a job from an employer that he has never heard anything about and has no information on. How could you be sure that this new employer could even pay the promised salary. Then it goes on to try to make the reader believe that a staff that is trapped on the grounds couldn't think to wait until the guest start arriving by limo, and simply run through the opened gate!
This book ranks up there with "Game of Thrones" I actually like it better because it's better at character building.
The author allows the main character to have believable faults and shortcomings which are apparent in all of us.
When Eragon's cousin emerges into his own strong character.
Absolutely, this book had a great story and the narrator is fantastic!
I don't know if this book is comparable to any other I've ever read. It was a great mystery but at the same time it was funny.
It's hard to say because I loved every bit of it. I even restarted the book and plugged it into the car audio so that my husband could enjoy it with me as we went on a road trip!
Yes but it would give away part of the conclusion so I can't tell you
Elizabeth Peters is a great writer! I plan on reading the entire series!
yes, it was entertaining.
Gardner does a good job, this book was probably more difficult because of all the clone characters but he does well.
I really enjoyed the prior books but the description of this book is misleading at best.
I will try the next book in the series and hope that this one is more like the other books.
I like the female lead character.
Michael York did a great job a the narrator.
The message was there without being pounded into you.
He does a good job with voice expressions and the change in characters.
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