I haven't read the print version but as far as narration goes I think Tyler Stevens is pretty much perfect for this, he really brings the story alive...Show More » I'd be happy to listen to this again and I haven't bought the print version so I guess that answers how I feel about it.
Tyler Stevens without a doubt. I thought I'd find the Southern drawl annoying, but I not only got used to it very fast I fell in love with it. And he ..Show More »does all the voices brilliantly. Probably the best narrator I've listened to.
A great continuation of the Better Than series with some characters from the previous books reappearing, but a new coupling at the centre. The story ..Show More »is very engaging, with emotions that many listeners will be able to recognise - you can empathise with and get irritated at the way the two main characters interact, but most of us will have at least thought the same things, if not spoken or done them! While listening, you are willing things to happen, while cursing Jack for being sensitive, and Curt for being an idiot, and hoping they see sense in the end.
What makes this book a real treat to listen to is the narrator. Tyler Stevens does a wonderful job, making it totally clear who is talking at all times, without the need for "he said" tags. He even keeps the same voices for characters from the previous books, so although his British accent may not be 100% (being British myself, I probably notice it more), the overall listening experience is excellent, with flawless production as well.