What's not to like?!
A memorable moment was when a coworker asked me a question and I was pretending to listen to CE but I was really listening to this.
Nope. Just enjoyed the spooky stories.
Another place to go to is the Doubleday Inn.
If they would knock off the goofy music.
Disappointment. I don't know what I was expecting but it was quite boring.
I love the story - I love this old-timey scratchy quality, like we are all huddled around the radio listening to it. Only I'm in my car on the way to work cursing Jersey drivers.
Um, his voice?
When he makes his escape!
What DON'T I love? As a huge Austen fan, all these stories are enjoyable.
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, fo sho.
When Elizabeth discovers what Darcy did for Lydia.
All of it!
I would tell my friend to watch the movie.
He was so monotone through the entire story. I lost interest.
Usually the book is better but not in this case. Boo.
I love being scared!
The story of Annabelle. I was so creeped out I couldn't listen to it when it got dark out. Saved it for my morning commute.
It makes me want to go visit their museum! During the day, of course.
I only honed in on the characters I knew about.
Sure; some of them are great. Some are just really boring.
Maybe a follow up book of more current characters? Or maybe I should have paid better attention in my lit classes in college.
Didn't read the print
Are You There Vodka
She's hilarious - made my commute to work much more enjoyable
Doesn't even tell you the english word - just delves into a language!
You need a work book to go along with this - but they don't mention it until you buy the audio and start listening.
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