I am reviewing this on behalf of my 16 year old, who could not get through the printed book and needed to do well on this in order to be allowed to play baseball. The audiobook was more accessible than the written word and he found the story "okay", but his comments were that the writer made little effort to be theatrical in his reading and was extremely slow paced. It was hard for him to stay focused on the story and he would have sped up the reader about double if he had a speed control on his player. Given all that, he did much better than he would have just reading the book on his own and so it was definitely worth the money. At some point I will read it myself and give a 'non 16 year old' review.
I enjoyed this book very much. The narrator captured so many of the subtle elements of subtext and symbol. In the end, this well-read classic gets good treatment. Great literature and a good reader.
This story is well written and the narrator fits this story/time period perfectly. This book is more about relationships and emotions then it is about the progression of events. If that is your sort of thing, this book is for you!
This book should be offered as a psychological study of the power and peril of being in a relationship with a narcissist. This is the kind of book that turns kids off to reading.
I was so disappointed, I had read so many great reviews and was really looking forward to listening, what a let down. The story was very boring and had no great meaning. I think the only reason I kept listening was in hopes something would happen and it never did. I would not recommend to anyone.