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Enjoy this free interview between Caroline Kepnes and Santino Fontana, the author and narrator of You and Hidden Bodies.

©2016 Caroline Kepnes (P)2016 Simon & Schuster

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  • Wayne
  • Matthews, NC
  • 02-23-16

Caroline Kepnes' new book Hidden Bodies...

...was released today. I gave You a very negative review, but the narrator Santino Fontana is the best I have ever heard. The Voices of Joe is a short conversation between Kepnes and Fontana. It is a wonderful brief release.

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Joe and the author

Any additional comments?

This 11 minutes could have been a part of book 2. It's interesting to hear 'Joe's voice" in the normal setting.

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Caroline Does't Actually Meet Santino

While I appreciate free Audible content and enjoyed listening to this short discussion between author and narrator of two of my favorite audiobooks, I can't say I actually learned anything from it that I wouldn't have already guessed. It was more of a mutual love fest ("You're so great; you're the best"; "No no, YOU'RE the best") than any kind of real information-sharing discussion. Also, it was annoying that Caroline Kepnes was so obviously not present in the room when the alleged "meeting" was taking place. If she had to be patched through by telephone, was there literally NO way producers/sound engineers could erase the long-distance static and make it at least SOUND as if she was physically present in the same room as her interlocutor?

I feel like an ingrate even mentioning any of this, though, since it was free. Thank you for the free gift, Audible!

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if its Santino's voice I'll listen

I could listen to this mans voice all day! I'd listen to him read a menu

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pretty interesting

Definitely worth the free read. very interesting listening to then both discuss how the show inspires the second book.

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Talented

I enjoyed listening to the author and narrator discuss You and Hidden Bodies. They are both very talented. I think Santino did an awesome job playing Joe.

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clarity

I have to meet these people it's the best duo and I hope there is more after Hidden Bodies. I need more Joe!!!

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It is never enough

A short piece from Caroline and santino, but it gave me what I wanted. A glimpse into this unique marriage between author and narrator. I loved it. Give me more!

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Santino is perfect for this role.

I really loved Santino as Joe in You. It was a perfect match and it was fascinating to hear the thoughts of the man behind Joe's character, as well as the author's.

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Nice bonus

Loved the audio book You so much, so this was a sweet extra listen. Some interesting insight from the author and the narrator.