31 October 2012

Audiobook Review: Click-Clack the Rattlebag

Click-Clack the Rattlebag lures you in. You think you know what's going to happen but then in a way that is so distinctively Neil you get spun around. Who is in control of this spook? My only complaint is also my greatest praise. I didn't want it to end but Neil ends it in a way that left my mind spinning. Click-Clack the Rattlebag is the perfect taunting Halloween treat. So grab it audio lovers or audio novices. It's for a good cause, it's only 12 minutes long, and it's the perfect thing to listen to while you're getting dressed for Halloween, headed to a haunted house, or simply waiting for the trick-or-treaters to arrive. 

Ending today, every time Click-Clack the Rattlebag is downloaded for free from Audible.com, Audible will donate $1. to DonorsChoose.org.

Written and narrated by Neil Gaiman. 
Audiobook rating: 5 stars. Narrator rating: 5 stars.
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34 comments :

  1. oooo I forgot about this. Thanks for the reminder!

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  2. will have to try this as an audio :)

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  3. Neil Gaiman!! Can't wait to grab this!

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  4. I downloaded it the other day :) I haven't listened yet but I can't wait :)

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  5. Thanks for the heads up. Someone else just recommended this author, so this is the perfect one to get my feet wet!

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  6. I'm legit afraid to download this...even though Neil Gaiman is the narrator of the GODS.

    Thanks for the review!

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  7. Oh I downloaded it and I can't wait to listen. I haven't read anything by Neil Gaiman but I hear so many great things.

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    1. Oh really? Oh well this should be a great intro. After you fall in love with his voice, try Coraline. :)

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  8. Sounds like it was a great listen... and talk about perfect timing combined with the good cause its a win win! Thanks for sharing Juju!

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  9. Definitely checking this out! Love me some Neil Gaiman, and that title is amusing.

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  10. Hey! Thank you for the freebie heads-up!

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  11. I grabbed it the minute I saw the offer--I haven't had a chance to listen to it yet. I'll have to remedy that.

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  12. nobody does spook quite like Gaiman...kind of like nobody does character development quite like King. Thanks for the heads up - hate that I missed the deal but will definitely be getting this one.

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  13. Loved this and loved that it was free and had a charitable cause to boot! So so neat. I love Gaiman's narration, he's just as good at it as he is at writing. Perfect. Fabulous review! :o)

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    1. Right? A total win win.

      I couldn't agree more. He seems to be good at everything he does. The day he tires of writing he should do more narration.

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