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"Eminently readable, a charming piece of work." (Washington Post)
"An original and well-written fairy tale....This is a refreshingly creative story with appealing characters." (Library Journal)
"The resolution is satisfying and complex, proving that there is more to fairy tales than 'happily ever after'." (School Library Journal)
This complicated plot was hard to follow because the reader was so difficult to understand.
He mumbles. He reads too fast.
It might be much better in print.
Buy the book; forget the audio version.
It was such a quirky and addictive story. Neil narrated perfectly - his voice is so easy to listen to.
Absolutely, a wonderful story, brilliantly narrated. It is the great fairy tale for adults
The story was wonderfully woven together and funny.
This was my first Gaiman performance and I loved it.
While I loved the movie, this was just awesome to listen to! I feel like since it's different enough that they're like companion pieces so if you liked one, POUNCE on the other
I loved the differences between it and the movie version. I saw that first and wanted to know more about the witches so I loved discovering all the extra details and twists that weren't in the movie.
Loved the little mousey dude with the "mushramps"
I have never read the print version. However, I believe anything that Neil Gaiman writes, and then narrates himself, is magical. It's a very intimate experience, hearing the author read to you in the way that he hears it while he's reading it.
I want more of the little hairy man. He was surprising and funny, and I kept waiting for him to pop up again!
An incredible performance, that makes the listener focus on every event and detail that is held within the novel.
The begging surprised me. I was drawn in immediately, and barring everyday living, I would have listened to the book in one sitting.
It is perfection. Not sure I can think of anything that equals it.
His lovely, velvety voice and expression. He gives each character their own voice, and his annunciation is highly polished.
More than one. The quotable quotes, the moments between the star and Tristam Thorn, the description of the unicorn and the star. It is fabulous.
I dearly love this book and recommend it to my friends as one of the best books I've ever read and audiobook...even better.
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