If everything is (vocally) in italics, bold, caps, and underlined, nothing will stand out. Every sentence is uttered with breathless surprise and awe by this reader, and it's excrutiating to listen to. I abandoned the audio book in chapter 3 and just read the book. So horribly bad.
Absolutely not. I will be checking every audio book I buy in the future to ensure it's NOT E. B. Stevens.
The story, yes.
The story is good, and charming, and compelling, but what really made this book stand out was the "narration". I put quotes around narration because this was more acting than reading. It was absolutely amazing, and I was sad to hear it end. The only drawback is that I haven't found any other audiobooks that even come close.
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