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It starts with a dishwasher and ends with dead bodies. “Error Code” is easily one of the weirdest stories I’ve read/listened to this year. I absolutely disliked the good guys, who aren’t really all that good and I actually felt bad for the bad guys who were definitely very bad. Yet I couldn’t stop reading/listening.
Julie McKay is the narrator for this story and she does a wonderful job. Not only does she have a great sounding voice, she really knows how to make a great story even better.
This is my second story from author R. K. Howard and both of them were outstanding. I really think Mr. Howard is definitely someone to lookout for. Finally, this audio book was provided by the narrator at no cost in exchange for an honest review, courtesy of Audio Book Blast.
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The description for this made it sound like something I’d enjoy. It started out well enough, the character is supposed to be sassy and dangerous. What killed it for me was instead of having the character’s stream of thought and the story convey how snarky she is, the character kept stopping to stay “Look! look look!!! See what I just did there. I told you I’m sassy/snarky/dangerous!” I would have preferred a more show-don’t-tell approach. In the end, it just made the character get on my nerves and I stopped caring. If you don’t mind that as much, then this story should be entertaining enough.
Narration was good, and changed tones appropriately to get the character across.
Basically, I would have rated this higher if it wasn’t for the characters need to keep saying ‘look, see I told you I’m snarky’ grr.
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