I listened to this a couple years ago and I hated the narrator's attempt at a Scottish accent so much I abandoned the audio boxset at book two.
I don't know why I decided to give it another shot beyond it suited my mood and this time around it was much more enjoyable. Not because the attempted Scottish accent wasn't as hideous as I remembered (it really was) but I think because I'm much better at listening to audiobooks nowadays and ignoring irritations like that.
The Simpson's Movie (as horrible as I remember).
Coco (Absolutely wonderful!)
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