Yes, because the narrator brings the characters to life in a way the print book could not hope to do.
When they found out that there had been life on Mars
The two sisters. One he gave a sexy voice to and the other a plan Jane voice. You could always tell them apart.
It was over whelming at the end and there was just so much going on!
The book is large and each chapter could almost be a book in it self. I can see how this could be made into a TV series.
I preferred the audio book because it gave the author a down home felling that the printed book did not. The narrator gave the author a deeper personality than just a printed name. Also the way it was read, it seamed more down to earth
I liked that the author kept trying to get into aviation and finally did. When went on to make it a life's career. Very few of us know what we want and go after it!
I suppose my favorite character was the geologist and the fact that the author kept running in to him.
Boy grows up in the back country to become a world traveler and pilot.
The author had an interesting and adventurous life And even more so after becoming a pilot. He writes with humility and the narrator brought that home with a down to earth read..
FAST PACED ACTION
The fight in the inlet between Jim and J-Rock
I liked his portrayal of the clash between Sid and J-Rock in the prologue. And I liked how he treated the dialogue between characters. Switching between male and female characters. He seems to express a lot of emotion in the characters.
I book made me sad because I felt it was to close to reality.
The audiobook was hard to turn off at the end of each chapter. I kept wanting to hear what was going to happen next.
The narrator made the story interesting and gave it some life.
I have never read any other books about insurance before, so I can't compare other books on the subject. This one got my attention and held it after the first few chapters.
He did a few different characters. They were all different and only in the book for a few lines, but each character came to mind when Mr. Bennington spook their lines. I could almost visualize the character.
Who or what is an adjuster?
I think everyone in the insurance industry and those interested in what happens to your insurance claim should read this book
I have already recommended this book to a few of our boating friends. One of them went through the same run around with his new boat!
I liked then the author told his wife he was looking for that "boating paradise" and she said that she "never thought there was a paradise in boating let alone a boating paradise". It sounded like a conversation I have had with my husband!
The narrator, he has a great voice. He gave it a down to earth read, matter of fact read. It sounded like I was having a conversation around the dinner table with the author.
The book was entertaining for us because we are boaters.
It is going to be one of my favorite boating books.
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