Don't know... I only did the audio version.
Quality of writing, vivid word use.
Liked his ability to give the emotion of each character.
It had a couple emotional parts and yes, I laughed due to some funny lines.
The entire Underland Chonicles are great. HIGHLY RECOMMEND.
Not sure, I didn't read the book. I listened to the audio version.
Rutherford Dewey, he was interesting to listen to... fun facts about history, etc. He was also mysterious at times along with his Grandmother. He thought through things sensibly before reacting.
Life in the characters. She really felt like Olive vs. just the voice to the story's narrative.
When Morton found his parents. It would have been great to get more emotion though out of that part. It seemed like the audio just glossed over the reunion.
I thought the series could have been wrapped up in one less book. Book 4, The Strangers was good; however, seemed to drag a bit. All in all it was a great read! Thank you!
I am a fiction, kid/adult adventure book fan. I read The Hunger Games and loved it. Suzanne Colllins is amazing at turning words into reality through her vivid descriptions. I truly appreciate her style of writing and find the level of quality refreshing. I would HIGHLY recommend this book (the entire series!) to anyone who enjoys leaving on an adventure with some neat creatures and humans. I loved the adventure and the meaning/lessons throughout. What a great book!
The author's vivid descriptions... her word usage.
At first, I wasn't sure about his voice and its fit. However, as soon as I got more absorbed into the book, I realized he was a perfect pick. He did very well with all the characters. He gave me the ability to live in the shoes of the characters versus just "reading" about them. He gave them emotions and made them feel real -- made them feel like individuals even though his voice was used for all.
I got addicted to the storyline pretty quickly. So, yes.
Simply... this series is great!
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