The sections played out of order on my iPod Shuffle, with part 10 following part 1 and then (I think) the rest. This caused me considerable confusion, and I'm not sure my ability to follow the plot ever quite recovered. And of course the one time I've actually wanted to return a book I find it marked "not eligible for return".
Tolstoy's masterpiece, which follows the lives of several prominent Russian families, set against the backdrop of the French invasion of Russia in the early 19th Century, is artfully narrated with meticulously crafted and masterfully performed character voices by the legendary David Case (Frederick Davidson).
An absolute delight.
amazing piece of literature narrated superbly.
Tolstoy is a philosopher so you have to go into this book knowing that and expecting the occasional tangent but found them enlightening and love his subtle sense of humor.
The reading was really good and entertaining
The part numbering was not correct on my downloads. For example a part was labelled as "Part 4" but when it started the narrator announced "Part 5". Then "Part 5" had the narrator announced "Part 7" Also as each part starts from Chapter 1 I can not tell where I am up to in the book.