"This stuff is addictive. I personally neglected family, friends and more important things like writing my own novel to listen to this book. Sigler gets his teeth into your soft, tender flesh and shakes, not letting you go until he's wrenched you through the increasingly brutal and bloody story of the Nocturnals. And he pulls no punches whatsoever. Where Hollywood would turn away or save the day, Sigler just continues to rip shreds, and it is fantastic."
When I started getting into podcast novels, I began by going back to ones that were already complete, downloading them in their entirety into my iPod, and listening to them over the course of days and weeks during my (lengthy) commute.
The whole point was that I spend hours on the road every week, so I might as well keep up with good fiction while I'm on the road rather than just tuning out. But Nocturnal screwed this up--I got so hooked on this thing that I was listening to it whenever and wherever I could, literally staying up late at night in bed listening until I was afraid I'd miss something by falling asleep.
Nocturnal is what turned me into a proper Sigler junkie. Anyone else have a similar reaction to this book?