This audiobook presentation is narrated by Gerard Doyle.
Bowman’s book is one of historical grace within the realms of creativity and writing pleasure. Readers can experience Troy in the comfort of their book and walk away satisfied. Or, in this case, perhaps experience Troy in the comfort of their earbuds.
I have reviewed plenty of audiobooks. As a result, I have heard the best and the worst. I’m sure that there is better than what I have heard, as well as worse. This book, however, is closer to the better ones. In fact, it ranks as one of the best. Why is that? This audiobook isn’t a simple narration or monotonous experience, but rather a performance reading. Doyle’s talent is one of excellence, clearly differentiating between the different characters and the self-inflection of the first-person narrator. Smooth. Rehearsed. Well-timed.
While the book often lends the ability to perform for the narrator, Doyle gives the notion in his voice that his talent is not born of content, but rather passion. This is a narration to enjoy, in addition to the traditional text, in which audiobook lovers will want to add this one to their listening queue. In fat, it could even lend to help convert more to the audio way of life…
You can find the audiobook edition at Post Hypnotic Press if you are interested in obtaining a copy for your own listening delight.Disclosure: I have received a reviewer copy and/or payment in exchange for an honest review of the product mentioned in this post.