I wanted to recommend this to a friend of mine because she's totally into fairy tales and the like. I don't think she'd read it (and I know she wouldn't listen to it) though because she's stubborn. Haha. :P
Beauty, of course. She was the protagonist so she had the most personality. Plus, she's a lot like me. Practical, sort of nose in the book type of person.
Not this time. Not that it didn't invoke emotions. Just not like this.
I would suggest it. It was very entertaining.
Well, that's all a matter of opinion. Some people like reading more than listening and vice versa. Having read and then listened to it though, I will say it was nice to be able to listen to the story while I was doing other things with my eyes and hands.
He has a pleasant voice that fits the main character. I also liked his pacing. Sometimes in audiobooks, the narrator reads slower than I'd like.
Unfortunately I couldn't listen to it all in one sitting because I lack the focus most of the time. However, I listened to the first half in small spurts and finished the second half in one sitting. So I'd say it's riveting enough to make me want to.
I suggest reading the four short stories about Will Castleton if you enjoyed this. If you look the author up on Amazon, you should be able to find them fairly easily. Also, Weed by David Bain and Daryl Burns takes place in Green River, the town that Will is from that he visits in this book
Well as a fan of The Secret of NIMH growing up, my favorite part of actually listening to the book was all the extra details I never knew of that they didn't put in the movie.
The story of NIMH was the most memorable moment for me. Very interesting and entertaining.
I wasn't able to listen to this all in one sitting. I don't think I could have sat still this long.
What did I like best? What was there not to like is more of an accurate question. To be honest, I don't know that I had a favorite part once it started getting into the meat of the story, but if I was forced to pick, I'd say when... how to say this without spoilers... They had a plan to fix things and they went to go do it. That was probably the most fun.
I love the narration. He's got a fabulous voice for narration and he reads in an entertaining way. I can't tell you how many audio books I've listened to have been ruined by the wrong narrator.
This book touched me in a way not a lot of books do. I don't know how or why, but for me it was an experience I'll remember fondly.
I'd probably listen to this again because I always revisit books I like.
Bill. He's hilarious. I love that he's an angel but has human problems. He has the most personality out of the characters that you're introduced to in the books.
The ending scene, I think. After they were safe and the mission was done, that last bit of character interaction was the most fun for me.
No I didn't have an extreme reaction. I did laugh at a lot of Bill's antics, but not like extremely hard or anything. It was a fun listen but it wasn't emotionally moving.
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