I don't know but I would expect this is so. The readers are British and terrific with various accents.
I liked it all. I guess the worst moment was when I feared Harry Clifton would die.
Their voices and their intonations. Very interesting... never boring.
I cannot wait for the subsequent Chronicles and I will get them all from Audible.
Absolutely it is a story that transcends generations, classes, and backgrounds.
Harry is an incredible character. He has the depth of a 40 year old man in his teenage years.
There was but not one that I would want to mention without spoiling things. Archer does a fantastic job of of weaving in and out of different story lines.
The whole thing.
I am sold. I cannot wait for the rest of the series!
The Potato Factory
At the end of the book set about 1940, Harry is read his Miranda rights. I don't think they were routinely read unti 1966.
I loved this book. Great voices. Nice to have the changes in point of view. This is the first of 5 books planned in the Clifton Chronicles -- and I await the next. Mr. Archer, did you really leave the reader hanging on the cliff?
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Both are excellent narrators that bring life to an excellent line up of characters.
Old Jack was my favorite character. He ended up tying all of the characters in the story together.
As I said before I cannot wait for the next installment of the Clifton Chronicles!
I highly recommend this book.
Mr. Archer spins a great yarn, and nowhere has he done a better job than in the Cliftion Chronicles. I started listening on Saturday and finished on the way to work today and am sad the the book ended. I can't wait for the next edition of this saga.
As always, many unexpected twists to the story but nontheless it doesn't let you get off the car. It's a treat, and I suspect the 4 sequels will be at least as good.