An interesting story, couldn't put it down, couldn't wait to find out where the story would take me.
Yes, I knew something bad was going to happen next, but could only guess until I got there and then there were surpirses.
Great job, when you tend to be able to follow the story and not think about the voice reading it to you, that's a good narrator.
Odd himself and of course the old man he was so fond of.
Delightfully scary, but not terrifying
The characters, the unexpected events. Being a Florida Cracker myself, I Couldn't figure out where they got the mullet though.
Going back a long way, It reminded me a little of Lucifer's Hammer, for the adventure and characterization.
Everything, his voice fits what you would expect the main character to sound like. Great narration / acting the different characters, helping to create them in my minds eye.
The story line made me worry about the people I liked in the story being in harms way and I felt angry when someone I liked was harmed.
Can't wait to start book 4
Yes, Not only for the incredible and realistic journey through rural Florida, but for some really great survival tips.
When the main character and his companion saved the little girls from a tyrant.
All of the main characters were likable and unique in their own way, but my favorite after the main character has to be Thad.
Absolutely couldn't wait to find out what was going happen next
Just bought book 2 in the series, can't wait to get started.
Joseph Morton did an excellent job with the different characters, the story line was believable and held my interest throughout the entire book.
The gun fight
The planning and preparation.
Learned some great survival tips.
Mildly entertaining, would probably allow my Grandson to listen to it when he gets to be about 11 or 12 years old. The few stories I listened to had a hard time holding my interest, never finished listening to all the stories.
I don't care for high pitched voices, I listen to relax and high pitched voices rattle my nerves. I didn't listen to all the narrators.
Not in my opinion, but I didn't listen to all the stories, only a few and when I listened to a couple that were narrated by a couple of ladies with high pitched voices, I didn't dare listen to any of the others.
May try to listen again in the future, what I did listen to seemed to me, to have been written for a more juvenile audience. I will certainly skip over the high pitched voices if I do listen again.
Couldn't wait to find out what was going happen next, never boring, narration was great, easy listening voice. Always have my eye out for this narrator in the Genre that I prefer, the narration is as important to me as the story. Read the book years ago and the movie in my mind never altered between the book and the narration of the book. Great story, Never a dull moment, it could happen!
Stephen Kings: The Stand. Both stories take the reader on great adventures of hardships, endurance, losses and victories.
No, but I will when I find something I would like to hear.
Yes, but couldn't, it's a long book. Hated to put it down, though!
I think while I'm on the Audible website, I'll check to see what the author and narrator have going, right now!
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