It's anything but Grimm when the Tell 'Em Steve Dave crew gives their hilarious takes on some of the best and least known fairy tales.
Join Bryan Johnson, Brian Quinn and Walt Flanagan with special guest Sunday Jeff as they create a magical world of fantasy and wonder, trolls, living plants, and sinful dwarves. It doesn't get any better than this...or funnier.
Not for children but definitely for those who are a child at heart.
©2013 Makin Hay Books (P)2013 Makin Hay Books
The fact that Tell Em Steve Dave guys give commentary along the way
Loved all of it!
Hearing Tell Em Steve Dave guys voices
Yes and I did!
I loved it, it was great! Hope they record more for audible, if not I still have their podcast to listen to (look forward to it every Friday!)
If you love the Podcast Tell em Steve-Dave you will love this audio book. The crew delivers very funny stories. If you've never heard the Podcast you might not appreiate the humor & cursing so be warned AGAIN since it already says for not suitable for kids.
the usual witty banter from the guys.
all but Bryan Johson is my fav.
laughed out loud a lot.
cant wait for their next endevor.
Loved it ! Not a tradition reading because ITS NOT TRADITIONAL BOOK !
This is awesome ! Walt "Flanpig" Flanagan ! His manic voice is hysterical ! The commentary is worth it alone.
I laughed, I cried, I learned more than my fair share of the sociopolitical climate of medieval Europe.
Tell me about yourself!
Just bloody brilliant
The whole thing... What's not to like?!
Just as fun and enteraining as the rest
the sinful dwarf
Love it! Never want them to end, for both the smodcast and audible podcast contributions, keep up the good work and thanks for putting a smile on my face.
The yucks, the rambling awesomeness, and Sunday Jeff!
The whole thing, if you have a sense of humor and an hour and a half you are a fool not to grab this book.
Yes, it is comparable to other performances by the narrator, actually it exceeds other performances.
Yes, and I've listened multiple times.
If you don't buy this book you are probably not cool.
Tell Em Steve Dave get to the heart of these simple tales. The dark, twisted slightly peculiar heart. Tales, that if they were to take place today, would either end up in front of the courts or as a high rating reality television show.
Using equal parts common sense, absurdity, teamwork and bickering they manage to entertain, inform and slightly disturb the listener.
Sunday Jeff, as played by Walter Flanagan...
Rumplestiltskin was a stand out. Often portrayed, inaccurately, as a scheming, disfigured goblin here he is reinvigorated. As a little hobo-esque wizard with mental issues. And a really bad haircut.
Fairytales are Grim no More
Stunning cover art, Perfectly performed and presented, exquisite effects and mastering with magical music.
Also funny. Very very funny. Comedy Gold.
More thought put into the whole thing. The mikes not working just didn't "work". There is absolutely no thread to story. Disappointed.
They seemed to be having a good time among themselves. That was somewhat infectious and made me smile several times.
I don't think this a workable premise for a line of audiobooks.
I was completely underwhelmed with this podcast quality attempt to be witty and clever and constantly felt like the uninvited girl in a boy's treehouse.
Avid audible listener for over 10 years.
I bought this because it had a perfect score. I guess the authors/narrators have a good following, because for me it was like listening to Howard Stern. Plan to hear plenty of F#$# bombs and other swears.
Maybe I just can't get the humor. but then again, I find nothing funny watching shows like South Park. Don't expect anything enlightening. I would view this a wasted credit.
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