It took a few years to get the Change at Jamaica audio edition engines running and then another half a year or so for it to take off but now it’s flying. A good thing is worth putting time into. I naturally prefer the audio over the print version of any book. Some books on the other hand do better on the page as the narrator can be too slow, too fast, not present, sing songy or just plain miscast. And I’m always apprehensive about authors as narrators. That is not the case with Mr. Messer. Timing, delivery and character are top notch in this edition. His Meisner training paid off. What grabs me most is how he renders the book’s ironic humor like a master chef: rich with flavor and not a morsel missed. I look forward to the next novel.

Jason Brown, Producer of the Change at Jamaica Audiobook