Agatha Christie loves to present brilliant character studies. Five Little Pigs is one of the most powerful examples, as it is a fascinating study of a long-dead person through the eyes of five completely different and opposing characters.
The Narrator gives a wonderful performance, giving you the essence of each character with a distinctive 'voice'.
I love a good murder mystery, but I love character studies even more, and his book delivers both in style.
Listening to Mogworld was a great experience. Yahtzee's sharp wit and insight into world of games drives this darkly funny book, and I laughed all the way through it.
It's great reading a book that truly escapes the clishe's of story structure - the anti-hero really does stay an anti-hero throughout, and while you expect Jim to save the world in the end, what actually happens is a lot more poignant and thought-out.
Black humour that anyone can appreciate, whether a gamer or not. I highly recommend it.
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