St. Petersburg, Russia | Member Since 2013
This was a fantastic biography; the only that has ever made me cry. A wonderful look at the man who inspired my generation. More than a few fond memories of childhood: Disney, Muppets, Labyrinth, and Fraggles. This is a wonderful listen from start to finish.
I expected this to be very funny based on an article I read which recommended it. While somewhat dry it was ultimately underwhelming. 1/2 bland intern, 1/2 super-assassin, and more than a little bit whiney John fails to inspire a genuine connection with the reader. This reads like an action movie script. If you're looking to kill a few hours, and can't get to the nearest cinema, go for it. If you're looking for any real depth skip it.
I am so sad to reach the end of this trilogy. I feel like I could have read this forever. I was able to get completely lost in the world Gier created. This is one of those series like Harry Potter or the Hunger Games that will suck in any reader.
It's official, I am hooked on this series. It's a young adult novel, but has larger appeal. It's is highly addictive. It's imaginative, fun, frustrating, and creative. I was even more invested in the characters in this second book. The large turn is predictable but the twists and turns in getting there are exquisite. Delightful and surprising.
Very cute. I really enjoyed the characters and was quickly hooked. This is a wonderful YA book to lose oneself in. Full of curiosities. I picked up the second before reaching the last chapter. Charming.
This s a classic that many are familiar with but haven't thought of since high school The audible version is delightful. The narrator does an impressive job bringing life into each character. It is an easy read and a great way to rediscover a still powerful classic.
I don't even remember why I chose to buy this one. A Goodreads recommendation perhaps, regardless I am so happy that I got the audible version. This was lovely. The two narrators did a splendid job of bringing this story to life. The emotion was made raw and tangible. The characters leapt into my ears and my heart. An absolute must.
A quick listen and not a bad time killer. Overall unoriginal, but great for a day on the beach or a drive in the car. Nothing special but narrated well.
This was a lovely, lyric novel. It took me a while to get used to the switching narrators (character narrators, not audible narrators) but once adjusted the strategy was masterful. I loved Adah, felt Kinship with Leah, dismissed Rachel, hated and bled with Orleanna with equal fervor, and loathed Nathan. A stunningly good book.
An oft overlooked classic comes to life in this audible version. The story itself is a wonderful look not only at the hypocrisy of most religions, but perhaps more damningly, our very human inability to ever really change ourselves. Perhaps too repetitive overall (by about 100 pages) but genius in it's simplicity.
This is a book that I've read, and re-read many times. This edition, as narrated by Tim Curry, is lovely. His voice adds a husky gravitas that is lovely to listen to. The story almost becomes secondary to listening to Curry read it.
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