Avengers: Infinity War: Destiny Arrives

Narrated by: Marc Thompson
Length: 5 hrs and 52 mins
5 out of 5 stars (95 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Relive the emotional and thrilling adventures from the film Avengers: Infinity War right on the cusp of the release of Avengers: Endgame, the film that will see the culmination of every significant event in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

©2019 Liza Palmer (P)2019 Listening Library

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The movie but in word form

Lol but no seriously this is the exact movie just written out. I enjoyed listening to this with my four year old. Looking forward to endgame.

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loved it but wish there was more

does a great job playing out the events in book form but sticks directly to what Happened in the movie. sometimes you learn what emotions or thoughts someone is having. bit I was hoping for more back story or filler. Maybe there was a time constraint or legals stuff . but don't get me wrong . Marc does a great job and the story is great. definitely worth 5 stars

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great listen

I love Marc Thompson, I listen to a lot of star wars so some times I would get confused because of the voices are similar, but that's ok.

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Fantastic

I’ve read and heard this a few times already. I wish Liza would work on “Endgame “ too , that would be a dream come true

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perfection

loved every hour of it the narrator was excellent wanted it to go on and on

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Very good narration

The narrator manages to approximate all of the character voices. It makes the listening experience pleasant.

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Good stuff!

Mark Thompson is one of the best narrators ever. they don't quite have the background music and sound effects like the Star Wars put but it's good to know if he will be narrating for Marvel books now.

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Awesome!!

Loved it. If you love the MCU you will love this book. Basically word for word, it’s like listening to the movie. I have listened to other MCU movies turned to books, most of the sound like the author never saw the movie!! I hope she does Endgame.

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Narration diminished this one.

The story is well written and the narrator does a great job of rendering the characters distinctly. Unfortunately, the narrator stays far too amped up during the non-dialog segments. I assume his intent was to convey energy but it just pushed me out of the story instead. (Like music without the benefit of offsetting silences.)