easy to understand and entertaining listen for a "non musical" person like me
Prof Greenberg seems to be speaking directly to you - his speech is clear, interesting and very entertaining
I certainly laughed ( must understand American humour )
I'm hooked! I've downloaded two more series ( opera and jazz )
in the top
each narrator brings a specific personality to his caracter that is a must in this story
definately - and I listented to it twice - it was so good
highly entertaining for someone that appreciates American English
one of the best audio books by far
very talented narrator - he gives each character a distinct and endearing personality.
this book is a keeper !!
Charles Dickens was written to be read out loud and Nicholas Boulton's wide range of voices brought the characters to life! Thank-you for such an entertaining performance.
I LOVED all of the Outlander series books but this one is the least favorite - it seems that Diana G is getting tired of inventing new stories about Jamie and Claire and just wants to get the book out of the way. No comparison to the first Outlander book.
I always wanted to know the détails about the Dreyfus affair - this is an entertaining book that provides a good explanation
this is a worthwhile read that should be a part of any serious book collection. Very convincing arguement towards Christianity - very well read and presented. I was moved!
why did Jeanine Frost associate herself with Lynsay Sands? I bought the book because I love listening to tales about Cat and Bones - and love Tavia Gilberts narration. Lynsay Sands story was totally uninteresting - the narration even worse.
Lynsay Sands story could have been told in one chapter. I bought the book because I love Jeaniene Frost's stories.
Paula - long, drawn out, boring
Tavia - as good as it gets
do not print Lynsay's story
I still would have bought the book because Jeaniene Frost's part was good - you can just skip the other part.
I didn't read the book and found the perfomance difficult to comprehend ( slurred accents and irritating voices ) - too much repetition of the same lines ( as if the book had been laid down and same lines repeated when picked up again )
I think the narrator did his best but his style is not suitable to the tale. He would probably do much better reading Dickens
I will buy the book and read it
... I should have savoured the story by reading it first and listening to it the second time around ! A wonderfully spun and captivating tale that merits a comfortable chair and enough time to dream ...
can be compared to Philip Pullman's "Dark Materials" or Roger Zelanzy's " Amber Chronicles" which are both just a bit more fantastic/ modern than CS Lewis' "Narnia Chronicles"
I think "Name of the Wind " has become my favourite.
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