You know that moment where you have to decide if you can like an audiobook based on whether or not you like the reader? It initially passed the test. We liked her voice and we didn't even mind that she was acting out the parts--something we don't usually appreciate. Then, it happened, the actress chose to use a stereotypical voice for Robbie. She talked with a nasal tone and sounded slow and not very bright. I didn't say anything because I didn't want to wreck Annie's experience, but I didn't like it. It went on for a bit more and then all of a sudden Annie said, "Can you turn this off please?" I turned it off. "I don't like how that lady is talking for Robbie. How does she know how he is going to talk? I don't see how that is any different than those girls who were making fun of him. I don't want to hear it ever again."
I love her.