Rosie, writing at Mrs. Condit & Friends Read Books, has given the audiobook edition of Frat House Troopers four-and-a-half sweet peas! I particularly like her attention to what makes the audiobook version different from the printed text:
They venture into the Gay district of town and meet Bryce, the sales clerk at Camp & Dragg, specialist in “clothes for the Working Man.”, he was delighted to see them, when he called to them “Oooooh! How can I service you two today?” In the book it was funny, but when I listened to the same scene in the store I was laughing so hard; ”I see…. Come this way”, I shall reveal to you what you seek.”! Oh and the part where Bryce says “Hoping to swing your hammer at some nice wood?” I must repeat this; Amusing when I read the book, Hilarious when Peter Brooks reads the book. And that’s only the first store clerk they encounter. The salesmen and the fitting of the many pairs of underwear is laugh out loud funny and downright sexy.
How wonderful that the audiobook, produced by the talented Peter Brooke, has enhanced the experience of many people who read Frat House Troopers when it was initially published. That’s the sign of a quality narrator!