This is a great story and I think that I would have enjoyed it much more had I read it. The narrator utilizes the most extreme southern accent for the lead character . I live in Mississippi and have not heard that accent for 40 years. It sounds like Foghorn Leghorn. Mr. Hill can do a good job, but he laid this one on a little too thick.
I'm not sure. The characters were boring and uninteresting and the plot moved like molasses.
No, his narration fit nicely with the plot. Again, boring.
None that I can think of.
I can understand why she would use a pseudonym for these books.
Only those who have read Shakespeare.
His reading brought the characters to life.
It made me think...and laugh a lot.
Christoper Moore writes some books which find humor in today's culture and others that deal with historical persons and literature.
To some I would. I would be embarrassed to recommend it to others.
The first half of the book relates to the style of the first 5 book in the series. No metaphysical sex. The second half regresses to her more current style.
She is great! No negatives.
I get bored with Hamilton's sex scenes and up the speed of the playback through them. The detailed description is not needed for the story and is repetitive.
I got this piece of C**P free and is S**ks so bad that I can't believe that Audible would even F**king offer it.
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