San Carlos, CA, United States | Member Since 2013
I think considering the subject matter, Of Dice and Men rank in the above average among all the audiobooks I've listened to.
The author. He let his geek colors fly and actually gave a fair narration of the life a D&D player.
Yes. I would have given up reading the book due to time.
The book made me laugh at how I also bought in into the geek culture and it also made me cry a bit on how a seemingly successful gaming company practically imploded from within as a result of success.
If you are confused on what Dungeons & Dragons is all about, Of Dice and Men give a fair and intelligent story about the game, the players and the history of D&D. It doesn't talk down to non-gamers and it doesn't geek out too much to make readers lost.
The audio version is an enhanced version of the print version because of Kate Rudd's performance.
Not yet. I'm sure the other performances are as good.
The pre-funeral scene. I was slicing onions and I had to wipe my eyes.
Buy it. Listen. Repeat. Now!
The book gave more details for the readers to understand life in District 12 and Panem in general. The extra details and stories made Katniss, Rue and Peeta more likeable.
Peeta was my favorite character because he was the unsung hero of the story.
As usual, the book delivered more details and scenes that the movie had to leave out. Even for the non-die hard fans of the series, I highly recommend the book for fiction fans.
Yes. I would recommend this book to a friend because this book is the type of genre with the right amount of nostalgia that my friends and I like.
SPOILERS: Monty Python. ' nuff said.
The gate unlocking games.
This book made me cheer for the protagonist and each failure/challenge made me nervous and worried about the hero.
Buy it. Read it and Enjoy. You'll thank me later.
John Hodgeman's performance is flawless.
Any book from John Hodgeman because if you're a fan, you'd want more John Hodgeman.
The dry wit and nerdy delivery.
We are ALL rich and here's why...
The clever story depicts the ridiculousness of copyright law.
The performance and the excellent writing.
How every detail was fleshed out and is open to a lot of interpretations
When Arya served the Weasel Soup
Yes. I even wished my commute was longer.
Herself. Her stories from her personal life made the book more relatable for me.
Darya's story of her dad.
Vast. Tragic. Art.
The words have come alive thanks to Roy Dotrice's performance. Each character was recognizable and alive.
Read the book to get into the world of Westeros. There are a lot of details I missed in the 1st season of the TV series that the book expanded on and my Song of Ice and Fire experience is all the better.
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