The tone and cadence of the narrator were off IMO. But its still worth listening to if you can get over that.
Hilarious observations. Having traveled to Aus this book helped us relive our trip and marvel once again about this wonderful place and its mighty cast of characters.
Descriptions of the Box Jellifish as small bags of lethality or something to that effect.
Yes, the narration made this book come alive for me in a way that I could not have achieved reading it myself. It was longer than reading but his narration made it a treat to fire up Audible.
The depictions of life in prison.
Everything. This was the best narration I've ever heard.
Too many to list
This was an interesting genre and although I am very disapointed at how the first book ended and find it cheap to have split the story up this way, it was interesting enough to give it a second chance. I do have my doubts though.
His attempt at the various accents and at performing men, womens and children's voices were pretty good considering.
1- Beware of Series whose individual parts fall short of expectations.
2- Beware of Surveys that don't ask the important questions first but are clearly biased with the order in which they pose questions.
I wanted to try out some Steam Punk and recall there were favorable comments about this book.Beware, its written for early teens. I got over that.However, midway through the book I realized I'd be stuck with a series, that is if I wanted to know how it all worked out. But at minumum, I expected that by the end of the first Book I would feel that something was complete. Instead I find this series is artificially cut up. This could easily have been combined with another 6-8 hour book to give us a complete story. A bit of a rip. I feel mislead by the comments I read and will re-read them after I save this review.
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