Absolutely! It's an easy listen - the kind of book that you don't have to concentrate on to follow the story.
The characters in this book are easy to relate to. I found the imperfect mom refreshing and very realistic.
Yes. Ray Chase is one of my favorite narrators because the distinctive interpretations of his characters' voices make the books he narrates, very easy to follow.
No extreme reactions - it's just not that kind of a book.
Although Fell is described as a book for "young adults," as a "mature reader" I found the story compelling and the characters very true to life.
Yes! A Warm Place To Call Home crosses over into different genres and it's certain to appeal to a wide array of listeners. The imagination of the author, Michael Siemsen, is incredible and the performance of the narrator, Ray Chase, is outstanding.
Now that is a tricky question as anyone who has listened to the story already knows! Discovering exactly who each character truly is is half the fun of this book. I'll say that Frederick is my favorite character. Let's just leave it at that.
Ray Chase is one of my favorite voice actors. He consistently captures the essence of his characters and the pace and timing of his narration is always pitch perfect. For a real treat check out his portrayal of Boricio in Yesterday's Gone. Boricio is pure evil and whenever he speaks (through Chase's skilled voice) you can feel the terror that Boricio yields, even if he's doing something as mundane as eating a sandwich.
Demons amongst us - do you really know who's living in your house?
This story truly does keep you guessing until the end. It's told through the eyes of a mostly likeable demon and it kept me entertained and surprised throughout.
This review is for the entire First Season. I have already recommended the series to friends because it is totally captivating and incredibly entertaining.
Boricio is an easy favorite because of the uniqueness of his character but I was also intrigued by Ed. I suspected early on that there would be a "big reveal" about him and I wasn't disappointed.
This was the first audiobook I've listened to that had multiple actors. Tamara Marston portrays female, male and juvenile voices to such perfection - it was a joy listening to her perform. Ray Chase's interpretation of Boricio depicts the sheer evil that is Boricio.
In a word, yes!
I purchased each episode in Season 1 individually and that was a mistake. Purchase the complete season so that you can listen seamlessly from one episode to another. Every episode ends with a cliffhanger that will leave you on the edge of your seat. I didn't have to think twice when it came to purchasing Season 2 - I bought the complete set.
The Dream Engine ranks very high amongst my collection of audiobooks. Although it's classified as a young adult adventure, I found it captivating, even though I'm far from being a young adult.
The imaginative scenes created by the authors left me awestruck!
Because of the way the story unfolds, it is too difficult to choose just one scene as a favorite. The progression of Eila uncovering the reality of her family kept me glued to my Kindle.
This is a book that I did not want to end. I enjoy a story that stays with me awhile - one that I can savor and return to again and again.
One of the things I particularly like about this book is the descriptive titles of each chapter. They are a tease to the listener of what is to come. The narrator, Ray Chase, does an excellent job interpreting the scenes and setting the tone for this imaginative adventure.
Adventure. Mystery. Betrayal.
This is a difficult question to answer without spoiling it for others. Cryptically speaking, the most memorable part of the story is when the clues to the group's whereabouts result in solving the mystery of their disappearance.
I have listened to other books by Ray Chase. He always delivers an outstanding performance and this book is no exception. The voices of the characters are consistent, believable and true to the story, allowing the plot to easily unfold. I especially enjoy the pace of his narration.
It made me anxious! From very near the beginning of the book, there is no contact or word of the lost adventurers. I felt that they were lost to me also.
I found the descriptions of the Canadian wilderness fascinating.
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