Some writers would love to meet their characters; a cup of coffee, some stimulating conversation, and a fond farewell. Others would run screaming from the thought. Kyle Murdoch is definitely one of the latter.
When the kid shows up on his doorstep, Kyle thinks he's just an obsessed fan at first. But as events grow frantically worse and more characters seek him out, Kyle will have to find a strength he's not sure he possesses if he's to right his wrongs and take responsibility for his creations.
If you could sum up Character Issues in three words, what would they be?
Gripping in nature
What did you like best about this story?
I really enjoyed the way the story held my attention (I generally have a tough time staying focused for audio books); I found myself wanting to follow the path of the characters, seeing (hearing) where they would take the story next.
What about Mike Bender’s performance did you like?
This was by far the greatest audio book I've ever listened to in my entire life, going back about 30-35 years again, when I first listened to a Star Trek story on cassette tape. Mr. Bender has an uncanny ability to bring characters to life, much as the author in the story brought his characters to life. His ability to traverse the spectrum of character voice representation and development remains unmatched. I am greatly looking forward to more audio books narrated by Mr. Bender.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Killer Writing Skills
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