It's in the top 3 or 4, without question.
When Tuck steals a jet.
The narrator really nails many of the characters on an emotional level. His voice conveys their emotions and mannerisms extremely well.
Beth, because watching her devious mind work would be enlightening. And besides, there's nothing wrong with having a lovely lady on your arm at dinner!
Christopher Moore is fantastic and this story doesn't disappoint!
Like most folks, I really connected with Drizzt. I think many of us have moments where we feel like singular bastions of decency in a world that needs fixing. He is unwaveringly loyal and has a strong moral compass - I can get behind a character like that!
I truly enjoyed Mr. Bevine's voice talents for the various characters, along with the ease applied to speaking unusual words and names that are frequent fare in the fantasy genre.
No, but that didn't make the story any less enjoyable.
I will be getting the balance of the Icewind Dale trilogy, so that says something :-)
Without question, the fond nostalgia that frequent 80's and early 90's references bring to mind. It's also just a fun story - and that's a high compliment indeed!
Aech, because of the unexpected character identity when revealed.
His ever-present enthusiasm for both the genre and time period make the listening experience wonderful.
When Shoto gives Wade the beta Capsule after Daito's death.
If you love the 80's and are content with a fun story that doesn't take itself too seriously, this is for you.
The narration was superb and the story is sublime.
Christopher Moore is in a special class of humor writers all his own and Lamb may be his best story ever.
The voices are tremendous and bring the characters to life, which really makes the Audible experience meaningfully better than simply reading this story.
Biff, because I'm sure there's more to tell.
Get. This. Book!
It just lacked ongoing appeal for me and I wasn't in a tremendous hurry to resume the story following interruptions.
The ending was just OK. It didn't leave me wanting more, but was fine for the story as written.
The voices, tone, and inflection were great.
No, not really.
I loved many of the transient characters, but just never fell in love with the protagonist.
This was a pretty unique combination of superheroes and zombies. Despite the occasional situation/remark that was not suitable for children, I had a blast listening to this with my middle school-age son! We took it on a road trip and the miles zoomed by without notice.
The background on Cerberus and her introduction through a military mission.
Nothing extreme, but high entertainment if you suspend disbelief and simply enjoy the story.
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