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I listen to and have recently started to write reviews. I've found the reviews have helped me to select books.
I think that the audio edition would be better. I've never read the print version but I think a decent narrator makes listening worthwhile. When reading a book my voice is the only voice I can hear. It's strange to actually understand just how reading and listening are different. I'd say the narrator can make or break a book. I've listened to all of Tom Clancy's novels except one because the narration was incredibly poor. I had to read that book. Listen up narrators, make books come alive.
When Ralph taught the children the Pledge of Alligence
Peters was my favorite. There was anger, compassion, happiness, sadness, and love. Eugene was able to emulate Peter's voice to become a person whom I would like to meet.
No extreme reaction.
I will listen to the next book in the series. This series is mild but interesting. There are twists and turns that keep me wanting to know how the book will end. There is resolution when the book ends. However, there will continue to more character development because it's a series. I keep getting to know them better.
Really great story
"Bov" because he makes misstakes just as everybody else and is far from a "superman"
He gave me a real impression of the people in American north-west corner.
Yes, some laughing because there are some parts with genuine humor.
Though a few unexplained parts this story is well worth a purchase.
This is supposed to be a murder mystery. I have been through 6 chapters and I am still waiting for the mystery to show up.
The "hero" doesn't need to have sex with every woman in the book
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