What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
A credible author who doesn't use talking mice, a narrator who reflects the author (the deep basso male narrating for female author seems like a disconnect), and a book that is actually researched and sticks to the subject and isn't used as a launching pad to promote the author's products.
Would you ever listen to anything by Jill Mattson again?
What didn’t you like about Michael Welte’s performance?
His bass voice represents no connection to the female author, he sounds flip and slightly ridiculous at times--but perhaps that's the fault of the material he's having to narrate.
What character would you cut from Ancient Sounds ~ Modern Healing ?
The talking rat. Osborn, the talking rat. If you think I'm being sarcastic, I can assure you, I am not. This book prominently features a talking rat.
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