Out in the mountains, Zack and his friend, Uta, discover what they think is a large fossilized dinosaur egg. This could make their fortune! Zack takes it home to keep it safe. Only the egg isn't fossilized - it's hatching! And there's an angry mother dinosaur out there, who wants her baby back. Includes a full length fascinating interview with the author, Paul Zindel.
Having been a fan of this author's work for quite a while now, I decided to finally get the audiobook after receiving one of my free credits.
It was okay. Not bad, but exactly great either.
I think most of that comes down to the narrator. He's not very good, sometimes. His general narration is okay, but whenever he goes into a character's voice or imitating a sound, I have to force myself to continue listening. He gets incredibly grating at times. His accent's kinda strong, too.
I've got another audiobook from the same author. And while it's not his best, it's still quite good. It's just let down a little by the narrator. Like I said, though, he isn't terrible. Just not the best.
loved it as much as when my mother read it to me as a kid.
What did you love best about Raptor?
It was very descriptive. You could visualize every scene!
What did you like best about this story?
How new things were introduced when you least expected it.
What does L. J. Ganser bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
He made the book come alive!