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- The Circle, Book 0: The Beginning and the End
- By: Ted Dekker
- Narrated by: Tim Gregory
- Length: 14 hrs and 59 mins
Four Novels. Two Worlds. One Story. As foretold by ancient prophets, an apocalypse destroyed Earth during the 21st century. But 2,000 years later, Elyon set upon the earth a new Adam. This time, however, He gave humanity an advantage. What was once unseen became seen. It was good and it was called...Green.
I love the ending
- By Rozette on 01-05-10
Unable to finish listening!
I really wanted to enjoy this final book in the series but Tim Gregory 's narration was like listening to Jim Kirk from Star Trek narrate a book. Too much emphasis in too many places within the same paragraph. Since I'm unable to actually read the book for myself, I'm not able to give a good review of the content. I know that I tortured myself with the narration style long enough to wish I was able to finish it. Ted Dekker is a phenomenal author so I expect this book was not an exception.
- An Alpha Billionaire Romance
- By: Charlotte Byrd
- Narrated by: Faith Marden, David Beroff
- Length: 4 hrs and 13 mins
When 25-year-old waitress, Brielle, receives a mysterious check for $250,000, she uses the money to pay for her mother's very expensive cancer treatment, saving her life. Two years later, she is called to pay back her debt. All she has to do is travel to an isolated mansion and work for one year as a personal assistant to an arrogant asshole whom she hates.
Speed Listening anyone?
- By Bluejay on 08-18-16
Speed Listening anyone?
What disappointed you about The Debt?
David Berooff sounded like he was mad as heck. Faith Marden was speed reading!
What was most disappointing about Charlotte Byrd’s story?
I could not listen to any more than 20 minutes of it due to the narrators.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Faith Marden and David Beroff ?
I would have cast Lily Swann as the female narrator and I haven't listened to many male narrators but surely a better one could have been found.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
If I could read the rest of it I could give an unbiased review. I get audio books due to the fact that I can't hold an e-reader long enough to get through even a few chapters. Obviously I was intrigued by the description.
Any additional comments?
I should have listened to a preview of this book before I spent the money on it. I have learned my lesson and will always do that and read the reviews before buying any more books.
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