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If you could sum up Not Knowing Jack in three words, what would they be?
Tony and Jack are introduced in Regularly Scheduled Life, book one of the Ohio series, and I fell in love the with the flirtatious bartender, Tony, then and there. Tony has got to be one of the best characters ever developed in a gay romance novel, and I still say “everyone needs a Tony in their lives”. He is a big kid at heart, but is loyal to a fault. There is no one you can trust to have your back more than Tony. Jack learns this the hard way, after he treats Tony like crap and kicks him to the curb, twice, on the same day.
What other book might you compare Not Knowing Jack to and why?
Regularly Scheduled Life
What three words best describe Jason Winters’s voice?
No emotion for excitement, sadness, hurt feelings, or anger…it was all kind of monotone and it really got to me. I’ve come to expect a lot more from my audio’s and when all I get is a reading and not a performance it just ruins the experience.<br/>
If you could rename Not Knowing Jack, what would you call it?
Any additional comments?
My main issue was the tone of voice used through out the reading. Using a calm tone when the words spoken were “Jack said icily”. An icy tone of voice is not similar to one you would use when speaking to a toddler, and that is what I got.I will not be listening to any more by this narrator.<br/>
The main characters in this story were supposed to be older - near 40 - but you definitely couldn't tell by the dialog or by the actions of either of them.
I'm read characters who were in high school who came off as more mature.
The narrator - Jason Winters - he just made the story worse. I could hardly tell the difference between the two main characters. And wow - he made everything sound whiny.