Narration was excruciating. Very hard to listen to, quality was poor, intonation was absent.
Very flat affect, monotone.
Narrator was so bad as to spoil the whole thing for me. D.J. Molles mentioned the book, said it was one book that he learned from, that is the only reason I ordered it. Now, we know what he learned, He learned if he could not afford a great narrator, don't publish a audio book.
Anyone would be better than Victoria Smart. (Sorry Victoria, but it is the truth.)
I would avoid the lengthy description and frequent referrals to past events. The story would have benefitted from a more chronological approach.
I really don't like to write such a negative review, but I would tell my friends to avoid the Audible version for sure.
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