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I was very impressed with the narration. Luke Rounda did a great job, a wide variety of voices, good cadence, and just the right amount of sound effects to keep me enthralled all through work. Jessica on Amazon
[T]he narrator, he is absolutely perfect, loved everything he did, but especially all the different voices, accents, tones and sound effects of the nanodaemons. Hilarious! He gets 5 stars from me. Katarina on Audible
Shannon Vendemmia did a good job with distinct voices for enough of the characters. This is always an important factor in narration and I’m glad in how it was handled. Clean and easily understandable. Art-Aholic
The narration by Lavy Samo was good overall and thought she had a pretty good range with the characters and good pacing throughout. The ending of the book was a great little surprise and I look forward to what is next. Eris on Audible
The narration was totally awesome! Donna Tellame and Don T. Lassen worked very well together. They gave the many different characters their own voices and emotions. They really helped to bring the varying stories to life. Shannon G
I enjoyed the stories. They were unique and kept my attention. Each story took me to new places and differing attitudes and cultural environments. I was always shocked and a little sad when a story ended. I felt that each story had a thick enough plot to be a full novel. [T]he listening was fun and the narrator did an excellent job. As a science fiction fan, this was a little bit different stuff but very enjoyable. Paul A. Ibbetson on Audible.
George Saoulidis did a great job presenting the tale in an interesting way, and Harper Q. Landis put on the finishing touches with a flawless narration. Catrina P on Audible
(…)great story, great narrator, easy to get into, easily got hooked in it, loved everything about it, need more! Alex Garrett on Audible
It’s different. I loved it. If you want a book that makes you think, that has interesting characters and is a little bit dark, try it. Beth Case on Audible
I wish the story was a bit longer for sure but as a teaser it’s great. The narrator was fabulous, she made you want to continue to listen to (the) rest of the story. Tammy on Audible
Loved it. Worth(while) listening time but too short. I loved the reader’s style who did much more to bring the story and characters to life, much better than my own imagination. Roberta Vengley on Audible
Mr. White as narrator blows it out of the water, it is a shame this is so short I really got into his voices and then it was over. His characters are well thought out with many different tones that make this a delight to listen. I found myself laughing not so much at the story but the voices he came up with. Cyn on Audible
Very funny retelling of a Christmas Carol beautifully performed with perfect timing and inflection. An audiobook easily worth the price. Anonymous Audible Reviewer
[…]The best part is the scientist’s punishment for all the death and destruction he has caused. That is pure Twilight Zone[…] Greg Young’s narration is very well done and he makes it seem like it is his story that he is telling, and not simply reading from a script. Ray Johnson on Audible
A short, sardonic horror story about real life and social media, the monologue perfectly executed by (the) narrator, Barry Shannon. His beautifully intoned and enunciated performance make this really chilling. Norma Miles on Audible UK
Cosmophobia is something that you might see on the Twilight Zone or Outer Limits[…]The narration is good, almost mellow, and provides a haunting despair in the mellowness. It is a good voice for the captive, and fits the tale well. This is a short story, but it is worth it for what you get out of it. Ray Johnson on Audible
I don’t think there is a horror story more frightening than this open ended one! I’ll be thinking about this one for awhile. Deanna on Goodreads
An intriguing look at what could happen when love and devotion is taken but not returned. This short story really packs a punch and makes you think. It is on the dark side, but it’s presented very well. The narrator did a great job of expressing the emotions and intentions of the author. Catrina P on Audible
An entertaining, quick listen about the communications of an underwater machine. It makes you think. Very enjoyable narration.
[…]Wow so much packed into so little time. APUser on Audible.com
It’s not very often I see a submission that punches me in the gut the way this one did. That ending? Damn. Nikki rae Spano, Assistant Editor at Sick Lit Magazine
George Saoulidis grabs you from page one, first word till the last word in such a short story but he somehow able to do it. I’ve never seen it done before by any other author and I don’t believe that I’ll ever will, it’s an amazing talent! Narration by Lori VanScyoc was spot on.
A fun, short trip with really cool sound effects! Kendra Schrader on Audible.com
Dave Price handles the narration pretty well, and he provides a lot of voices and attitude in each of the characters. I think the only off fleek moment was when the witch spoke, but even as corny as it was it worked. Ray Johnson of LITRPG Audiobook Podcast.