This audio book is read by Daniel Butler. Butler does a great job as a storyteller, performing excellently for the beginning and other parts of this audio book. He provides just the right voice for Lucado’s book, using his clear intonations and speech to carry the story in such a fashion that the reader can enjoy being carried along in the teller’s journey. Butler, however, does not provide a clear difference between characters, which requires the listener to pay attention to the reading, to be sure to keep on track. As far as non-story portions of the text, Butler does an amazing job narrating the book.
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