This audiobook is reviewed by Johnny Heller. I’ve got to give the guy credit – he does a great job. And not just because our names are similiar, which is pretty sweet and tells me I have a future in the audiobook narration industry, but because he rocked the the voice for this book. It captured and fascinated me – lulled me in – and made me want to continue. I was past chapter three before I realized it. Moving quickly, and energetically, Heller gives this book the voice it needs. I picture Christian or Ryan speaking, and can see – imagine/visualize – what the writing is addressing. While still monotone, he flavors it enough to keep you moving, but not distracted. Great job. I loved listening to this audiobook.
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