The story is still the full hard charging kind I love, but the narration didn't ring true which made me wish I had bought the book and read it instead
Sam, I liked her spunk
The narrator seemed a bit full of himself and chewed the scenery a bit. I also did not like his take on the female characters
I love Reacher and will continue to enjoy the series, just in print instead of this narrator's version.
Phil Gigante doesn't do justice to the women and children, they all sound weak and whiny, even the strong and the hard ones.
It is a great story with amazing characters, I would recommend that you read it for yourself rather than listening to this narration
These people are my family
To "catch" up on their lives
impossible to choose one
Incomparable, is the only word to describe Ms Gabaldon and her cast of characters
yes, good story
Of course it is Jane, intriguing.
She inexplicably mispronounces the occasional easy word. I don't know how a person reading a story set in New Orleans can pronounce zydeco wrong. This happens a number of times with different words. It is a small thing but it irritates me so.
When Jane remembers things about her past that had been lost to her.
This narrator doesn't 'have' the character. I wished for the original narrator the whole time I listened to this book. Great story, give terrific insight into Takeshi's character, but I had to switch to reading the hard copy, the narration just wasn't good.
the plot was great
poorly read and the odd echo-ey effect on some scenes was aggravating. The reading was a bit hammy. Todd McClaren IS Takeshi, and Mr Dufris suffers greatly in comparison.
I do love Crais' work
I did not enjoy this narrator. I don't think I will purchase anything by this one again
Mr Horsley's voice is perfect for this book. He just needs to slow down a little, match the pace to the dusty heat in Lonesome Dove, savor the beautifully written words a little more.
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