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The narrator here was just perfect. His voice performance of EVERYBODY was just great.
The story itself was so engaging and evocative. This was my first book of this series and I loved it so much that I intend to read every other book I can get my hands on.
If nothing at all, I will definitely grab Zarrin and Joe’s book. They were great here and I really want to know how they got together
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Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
Not really. Just too long and it seemed to take forever for any action to move the story forward.
Would you recommend His Mossy Boy [Being(s) in Love] to your friends? Why or why not?
You just asked that question above.
Have you listened to any of Christopher Patton’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Chris Patton is a fantastic narrator but I don't think he was a good choice for this book.
Did His Mossy Boy [Being(s) in Love] inspire you to do anything?
Fall asleep I'm afraid.
Any additional comments?
Its such a shame. I wanted to like this mostly because of Chris Patton. And its a shame I would've rather have heard him narrate the final (?) Adrien English story - So This is Christmas because while Kale Williams did a good job with the Monet Murder series you couldn't tell who he was speaking for in the Adrien English story. I finally gave up and I finally gave up with the Mossy Boy story. Wish I could've switched the narrators to the other book and I think things would've been much better.
This is a great audio adaptation of a beautifully written book. I love all of the Beings in Love series, though Little Wolf and His Mossy Boys are my favourites. Robert Nieman was brilliant for Little Wolf but Chris Patton is perfect for Ian and Martin. He has been a favourite since the Adrien English series, but he delivers the life and feeling this book deserves. A fantastic, long listen. Recommended.
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