AGUA DULCE, CA, United States | Member Since 2012
Whoever is producing or directing these books is just doing a lousy job. The inflections, again, are odd, the punctuation is ignored and the material not understood. Because I know this book so well I can correct the mistakes in my head as I listen, but I am frustrated with the lack of quality...and the fact that I actually paid for them.
As long as it isn't AA related I would. He does an awful job on AA books...I assume he isn't a drunk.
Seriously?.....okay... Let's get rid of some of those "begats"
People who like the material... In this case GET the material, would be a nice touch. I am sure there is a great demand for these kinds of books, but it would be nice if I had the idea that someone involved had read the books and understood the context. Makes me curious to hear ..The Bible, The Koran, The Torah and a few other important books not written in our time.
I've read most t of the Spenser books; this is a change. two new guys to learn to like, well plus a few peripheral characters who I'm guessing will return. Nice to have it set in LA for a change... I will be buying more... I like this world so far.
Tops...but I loved this book for years
None that I didn't write on the previous page.
I would listen again because I am interested in the material....
Many memorable moments when it is obviouse the narrator doesn't relate to what he is reading.
Would have been better without mis- inflections, missed punctuation...and if the narrator were a drunk(which is not an insult..just an inside joke)
I get the material...it will help,me where I apply it.
The narrator is not at fault...he is obviously not a drunk. There are many inflections which were not correct, as well as mispronunciations and missed punctuation the director should have caught. ...and maybe would have if they understood the material or perhaps even read it. I got the feeling they threw it together to make a buck because they knew it was of interest, but didn't take the time to read the book. In fact if I had to guess I would say it was the narrators first read through. I may listen again because, knowing the material...having read the book and lived the experience...I still get information from it. I would love to see it redone properly.
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