should of gotten Graham hulsted or Cody Roberts to narrate these books sorry Gabriel but don't quit your day job
Author has a very limited vocabulary. You'll hear these phrases over and over again- "He swallowed a lump in his throat.." ... "He saw something that made his stomach drop" ... "She gritted her teeth" ... "Her eyes wide" ... Not a TERRIBLE book, but not great. Wouldn't recommend, to be honest.
Painful listen! Someone takes a deep breath and swallows lumps and feels their stomach sink every few page. The author must think the reader/listener is an imbecile as he feels the need to repeat a statement twice, to make sure we get it. Example: The scream came from the forest, from the woods (paraphrasing.) The author also feels the need to remind us constantly of the characters' personal turmoil at every new chapter, a tedious repetition.
The narrator speaks American English, not the Queen's for a story set in England. It's annoyingly distracting. He is also not the greatest readers, but not as annoying as the writer, I must say.
I listened to whole thing because I wanted to find out how it ended, and what a let down! An inane denouement, where nothing comes together, other than they all get redeemed, or it seems to be the author's idea.
A waste of time.
Very interesting writing and well read. Definitely would recommend to others.
Book is pretty good. I wish it was narrated by a British person and not a Canadian.
I couldn’t get through it...the very American narrator talking about “crisps” and “queues” from a very British book, the inane characters, the repeated realizations of what an EMP meant. Definitely skip this one.
Not great. Set in England.
That was a terrible book. The story was lame. And the ending was complete garbage a complete waste of money
very good reading
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