Wyoming, Michigan, United States | Member Since 2013
I have read and enjoyed many books by Jules Verne and I would love to read more of his writing.
The story was captivating and I enjoyed the main character's uncle.
The narrator's voice was difficult hear and understand, further there were some moments when I could hear the narrator cough.
It would be nice if the author was not dead... and in the center of the earth.
I would always try something at least once.
Nah, I love this stuff. It was just difficult to follow.
I was undressing her with my ears, so that was a plus. In terms of dislike... It was difficult to tell what was a joke and what was supposed to be serious.
I can't think of anything off the top of my head.
I haven't read the print version, though I imagine that the audio version blows the print version out of the water!
Canterbury the metro-sexual android was my favorite character simply because who wouldn't like a robot with tits painted on its chest plate?!
I really enjoyed Pegg's description of the making of Shawn of the Dead.
Not particularly, but I don't think it was supposed to be a moving book.
Simon needs to stop being a twat and write another book! I would love to read it!
I was reading this book for a class. So had I actually chosen it to read for myself, I suppose it would have been better.
The Blind Watchmaker - Richard Dawkins
Well, the premise of the book sucked because who wants to find out they have been getting screwed?! Nobody!
David expresses the his thoughts so effortlessly that it saves me the time of using expletives myself!
David was fantastic!
David has other, hilarious, contributors to the reading of the book that one would totally miss if they were to read a paper copy.
This can't be right?!
I have listened to The Blind Watchmaker six times and find something to take away each time!
"Have you ever seen a Frelephant?"
I thought the switching back and forth worked really well.
I have found myself quoting this book numerous times.
I had not read the print version but I assume it is just as fantastic as the audio book.
"An atheist activist with an ax to grind"
I guess I did not actually realize the book was read by someone beside the author.
It was a good book, just not my cup of tea.
I haven't listened to any of his other books.
I have not.
It is up near the top of my list, I would read it again.
I enjoyed the depth and complexity of the story.
Well, he reads it to you which is always a plus!
No laughing or crying, just got swept away by the story.
The story captivated me and I drifted further into the story than I could have possibly imagined.
I felt like I was another crew member and part of the story.
Peter reads the story dramatically and makes listening to the book fun!
Actually I think I did, It was a very long day at work, haha!
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