©2016 Marc Richard (P)2016 Marc Richard
Sci-fi, Fantasy, Mystery, Adventure, and YA Novels. If it weren't for physics, law enforcement, and my medication, I'd be unstoppable!
If you liked the last two books, you will like this one. As usual, the author and his comedic creativity are on full display. This book was just as funny, inventive, and ridiculous as the other two in the trilogy.
The narration was excellent (as usual) and I would have expected no less after the last two books.
I received a free copy of this audiobook from the author, publisher, or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review. I was NOT required to write a positive review and this reflects my honest opinion of the work.
The audio book is like a crazy roller coaster ride. It's so all over the place of over the top that it's actually fun and enjoyable.
Starlet is pretty cool. She gets her face half ripped off, acts like it's just another bad day, and fixes it with staples and duct tape.
I have listened to David S. Dear's performance during Dave part 1 and part 2. He is on par in part 3. David performs exceptionally well keeping characters unique and memorable. He adds unique voice inflections that keeps the characters distinct and easy to remember throughout the story. Very well done.
When Starlet tells Eric he can shove a pencil in her rear side while taking her from the front side.
The Dave series is absolutely nuts crazy. It's crude with foul language, sex, and violence. If you enjoy science fiction mixed with crude humor and a ton of ADHD then you'll like this book. A quote from the TV reporter Chaz Mufflebeard, "This chalk dust is getting all up in me tits."
Mel Gibson as president, Donald trump, aliens, a Canadian wall and more. Very strange and weird and highly entertaining. If you like South Park and that style of humor you will truly enjoy this trilogy.I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
This is the final part of the Dave story and in some ways I will miss it.
It was, like the first two parts, completely silly. There was more gross humour and satire. Basically if you liked the first two parts then you know what to expect.
This is the third of three parts of Dave! not a stand alone book so you really need to listen to parts 1 and 2 first.
I enjoyed it but not quite as much as the first two parts, partly because of some graphic violence that I found hard to listen to. Personally I would have preferred it if the violence was less graphic and the gross stuff cut back but that is completely a personal taste thing, not a fault of the book which I still enjoyed.
There was lots more of Starlet, which I liked and of course more of Eric and his fellow plotters.
As with the first two parts my only real problem with this title is that you need to use three credits to get the whole book.
David S.Dear's narration was perfect again, he really brought the characters to life for me.
I received a free copy of this audiobook from the author, narrator or publisher in exchange for an unbiased review. I was not required to write a positive review.
I would, but only together with part 1 and 2
Scott Bakula is a good person :-)
In fact I did
""The sign says nothing about penguins.""
Once again we meet up with the Invaders as they attempt to overthrow the evil government and pull down the wall. Yes, they are all back: Uncle Mel Gibson, Eric and Carlton, Nick and Ray, Uncle Mel Gibson, Starlet and Ella, the dog, various nasty aliens and Uncle Mel Gibson, and, of course, Dave who didn't turn out to be quite as expected, oh, and Mel Gibson.
But this time the stakes are even higher. Not just the end of the wall - it could be the end of the world.
This crazy, dystopian story set just a few years into the future, is, like the two preceding it, disgustingly crude, gross, over-the-top - and hilariously funny Narrator, David Dear, captures every nuance and breathes life into every one of these curious characters, each of whom is given a distinctive voice and his fast paced performance is perfectly matched to the text. A perfect pairing.
Although there isn't much story to follow as the characters are almost everything, it would be a mistake, and a great pity, to start with this volume. First listen to the preceding two books to enjoy the full terribleness of this satirical tale. Nor should you buy this book if you are repelled by sexual innuendo, gross physicality, irreverent takes on life and society and are shocked by slight dalliances with political incorrectness. But if this isn't you, go get this book now and enjoy. I loved the.whole series. Thank you, Mr.Richard.
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