Yes. David Tennant performance was of course as spectacular as his theater and TV performances.
The voices were all wonderful
I cried at Brave Tin Soldier
The story just was not as rich as Harry Potter - I know you shouldn't compare her writing like that but the story was not rich and engaging. All 7 Potter books count as her first book and the second novel curse happened to her.
Yes. I think there are still many great works in her. "Real life" just didn't really work out for her to write about.
Rich, engaging, varied
Tom Hollander has a great reading voice and is wonderful to listen to.
Not worth it.
The cop main character was a little too "tough". She seemed really stereotypical and without depth.
She was flat - like listening to a Film Noire
Predictable. If you have something else to listen to then go for that.
Yes. Very layered and interesting. Great mystery and puzzler.
Mr. Penumbra. He is a very layered character and very kind.
He sounds like the young man who doesn't really know his way around the world yet.
The whole mystery/puzzle of the books was great. I would love to be in the book club.
It is in the top 20. Great story and well told.
I am not sure I have ever read a book like it. Told from the point of view of the daughter (mainly) the story unfolds in an interesting way that I can't explain without giving away a lot.
Her voice and expressiveness was great. Her voice for the daughter was childish and as the parents mature (except when the adults were acting childish).
Bernadette, you're a Mess!
Fun story. Long but worth it.
The performance is outstanding. She does accents beautifully. At one point she has to portray a snooty french aristocrat and she is perfect.
I like the occupation of the main character and the great descriptions used to identify the places she goes and the manuscripts she looks at.
Top 10 for sure
John/Earnest - he was so calm through the whole ordeal and in the end very smug.
Yes and I did since it is so short
Great acting by the entire cast. Extremely funny through out.
I did not read the print version but the narrator was wonderful and made the funny parts really funny.
Cassio-woof! She was just funny.
Never heard her before.
Laugh and laugh
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