In my top 3
Well, it is a collection of stories from a variety of authors which makes each a unique and worthwhile listen. There is a wonderful dearth of literary perspective each author presents.
It is a cast reading, and each gave life to the story that he/she was reading.
I would, the name piques curiosity in such a way as to draw the reader in. Besides, each story is different and there is no better unifying title than the name of the collection.
Compelling, enriching and satisfying.
It was a great look into how dangerous it was to be a woman who dared to have a voice and the terror of a witch hunt.
The end was suspenseful
Loved listening to Neil Gaiman's narration impart such life into this story of fantasy. He created a world parallel to the one we know, and made it believable.
I adored the Marquis, who was unabashedly selfish and self involved
I have, this is by far my favorite. When he narrated Fragile Things, I found it incredibly difficult to tell when one story ended and another began.
"There is a London below..."
I loved hearing this story as Stephen King tells it. I love it when authors narrate their own works, it gives such soul to the story.
The twist at the end, after the storm.
The earnest way he told all of it, with making it too dramatic because the story was enough to keep me listening.
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