I reviewed a paper copy of this back in February, so I won't be writing a summary this time around and don't plan on writing a lengthy review.
I definitely preferred this in paper form. Although Bronson Pinchot did an excellent job reading the product description pages in a cheerful and comforting advertiser voice, it wasn't quite the same as getting to see the images. I know that the library checkout included an enhanced content PDF download that may have had all of those images, but I couldn't figure out how to download them on my phone (if that was even possible) and, even if I could have, it still wouldn't have been the same as reading the text and having it all right there.
Tai Sammons was okay as the narrator of the bulk of the text. She fit Amy reasonably well, and I thought she did an excellent job with Ruth Anne. Her Trinity voice grated, but that was probably the point. I really didn't like her take on Basil, though, and overall I felt like her narration leeched out a lot of the creepiness I remembered from my initial reading of the book. Then again, that might just have been due to me having read it before and knowing what would happen.
My favorite part of the book was still the bit where Amy was trapped in the Liripip. It was an excellent use of the location and Amy's Orsk employee skillset.
All in all, this was a decent audiobook, but I'm glad my first exposure to the story was via a paper copy of the book.
Yes, that's a whole star and a half less than the rating I gave the paper version. Again, I'm not sure whether it's the format or my mood.
(Original review posted on A Library Girl's Familiar Diversions.)