Yes, until Alan gets his much deserved second series, this is the best way to enjoy more Partridge.
Learning about Alan's heroic return after his crippling addiction to Toblerones.
Refreshing to hear Alan's version of his life, instead of that impostor Steve Coogan's.
I laughed so hard that the other train riders thought I was a sexual deviant.
Shatner is a great narrator and the sound effects are surprisingly good. But the shortened version cuts out too much plot leaving you confused.
At least there aren't the incredibly annoying characters like in Kill Decision. But overall the plot is not too enticing.
Great story and narrator. But the big reveal is a little clichéd. I still listened to it all night.
If you're one of the perverts who follow Rob on Twitter then definitely pickup this book to see what makes him tick (or cum). Just know this book is light on jokes (listen to his album if you want punchlines about pants-sauce). Rob's struggle with booze is moving and eye-opening about what's it like to crave substances.
Yes. Enjoyed SIlence and Red Dragon
The things that happen in this book makes me fear for Mr. Harris' sanity. And the sudden and completely out of character ending suffers from the abridged reading.
From the things I've heard about Hannibal Rising, no.
If I wanted to read a travel book I'd buy something by Michael Palin. I couldn't even finish this book because I couldn't give a damn about the plot. Dan Brown's writing has always been dumb, but at least exciting. Just watch a Youtube video about Florence and save yourself the trouble.
I was skeptical if a horror novel can really work in audible form. Turns out I need not be concerned because it was not scary. Exciting sure, but not scary. Lost did the mysterious polar bear better, and Monty Python did the cannibalism bit better. Still a great read for nautical fans.
It's horrific how a group of bullies terrorize and profit from brainwashed members, all under the safe harbor of religion.
James Doohan is a great narrator, but so much of the plot was cut. Chekhov and Sulu's entire subplot was dropped! A reare instance where I recommend reading the paper copy!
As an occasional "ambulance chaser," I heartily enjoyed this book. Reminds me of all the pain and joy of my own first jury trial!
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