Beautiful. Magnificent. Indestructible. These are the plaudits given to the luxury space liner as it sets forth on its maiden voyage to distant vacation planets.
Onboard, far below the decks of the rich and famous, is an unhappy, forlorn janitor named Chuck who mops and sweeps and dreams of, one day, becoming a captain and piloting a great spaceship such as this.
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- Jordan Wolfe
A great twist on a classic tale
First and foremost, I must confess that I am a theatre nerd, who LOVES little shop of horrors. This unique take on that tale did not disappoint. I love how amazingly inept, yet fantastically charming Chuck is, narrated beautifully by Hannibal Hills (in fact all of his characters were so consistent and fun to listen to). His bumbling around, while his love interest Violet is the actual brains of the operations (at least in the plant area) was a nice differentiation from the original tale. I did want more of the ignorant and villainous humans, especially the leech like second in command and lecherous captain. This is a brilliant and exciting take, beautifully narrated and produced, on a story we Rick Moranis fans have loved for years. PLEASE listen to this book.