The narrator was marvelous.
Annika because she was really unusual as a heroine.
Her accents and voices for each character were fabulous.
There's this one part toward the end...OMG, heart wrenching. I cried (in a good way).
This book was odd for me because I didn't actually like the story as well as the prior Iron Seas book, but the emotions and the character arc was SO amazingly well done that I was super invested in the story anyway.
It was a wholly unexpected interpretation of Alice in Wonderland. I really dug it.
She does great voices. I felt like I was listening to multiple actors.
Usually I can't tolerate present tense books in audio but this one was well done and less clunky than present tense usually is.
No. There were parts that I missed while listening because the narrator varied the volume of her voice SO MUCH and I was not in a position to rewind to catch things. That's actually my only complaint (that and the fact that the sample only covers the definitions portion of the story). I should never need to adjust the volume on an audiobook, and I found my finger largely on the volume buttons because the narrator would speak softly then loud, softly then loud. The emotion and performance was actually quite good but WAY too much volume variation.
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