Ben Moor's comic sci-fi saga with Sarah Solemani and Dan Antopolski follows Edna Turner's adventures in London's bizarre parallel city.
In this first series, she finds a new job and visits the theatre (or should that be 'untheatre'?) Meanwhile, genuinely faceless bureaucrats threaten to run London, as Edna's mum arrives, and London gets stranger and stranger for Edna, Tankerton, and both the Carlos.
Would you try another book from Ben Moor and/or the narrators?
I didn't like the format so probably not.
What was most disappointing about Ben Moor’s story?
Format of the show. Either have show almost entirely conveyed through voice acting or stick to first person narration. The 1/2-1/2 split made the listen choppy and hard to get ino.
What didn’t you like about the narrators’s performance?
See above. Voice acting was fine, performance were fine.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Disappointment. Story was boring and character's were superficial. Not funny enough to rely on quirkiness and charm alone, but doesn't have anything else to fall back on.
Any additional comments?
It's absurd I have to call in to get my money back on this purchase.