I have listened to better, I have listened to worse. I would listen again though!
I like the 'englishness' of the characters and how this and they transport you out of the norm.
Fantastic job. Really engaging and his voice does not get in the way of the story. This is VERY important for me. I don't like overly dramtic, actorly reads and this one hits the mark.
Liam. I like his sensitivity.
Funny, real, sexy.
Spoiler alert:....I like that the macho brother was actually gay!
The sound of his voice is quite engaging.
Not all is as appears!
It might be a good idea to buy the first book too...'The Isle of Where?...'
Maybe... the story is a bit out of my interest but some of the development of said characters I did find interesting
Really, really nice voice that makes listening to such a tale bearable. I would listen to more of his work.
The relationship between the son and daughter (and their shared love) was upsetting.
Sexy, thriller, touching
I like Seth as he was a 'take charge' kind of guy. I thought James whined a bit too much.
VERY sexy, engaging voice... What I like about listening to books, is that I get to imagine what the narrator looks like ;)
I see someone gave him 1 start here, but I don't get that at all. I would definitely listen to another book by him
Seth helping James through his panic attacks (I can relate).
I wish there was more sex in the book... or I should say, less sex that is soft and sensitive and more sex with abandon!
It is more a book about life rather then sci-fi. Kind of a sci-fi book for those that *think* they don't like sci-fi.
All, but the husband and wife stories were extra touching.
Yes, I was led to this book based on his work.
I don't think they should have used an American to narrate. At times the narrator is using british-isms and they seem strange coming from an american (mum, etc.). That said, if you can let that go, you won't be sorry to listen to this somewhat long book. His tone is quite empathetic and thoughtful--I like this style of narration rather then the super theatrical reads I get from the library.
A better narrator.
Very easy as they were rehashing of others ideas.
The last couple of chapters about the mom and his dealing with her dying. Though touching, out of place.
Seems unless they have a super interesting voice, authors should not narrate their own material.
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