No. Once gives the overview and feel for the periods in history spanned. Also expands on the backdrop on which Downton Abbey occurs. The memorable fun facts can be processed with just one listen.
Lady Almina of course. She is the point of the audio book and her heritage and journey are quite enlightening.
Don't really have one. The performance in the audio book was subtle but effective.
Don't have an answer. This question is a bit gimmicky.
I enjoyed hearing about Lady Almina, but I expeted it to be more in story form
The life that the Lady and her husband led, was indeed, very interesting.
I rather enjoyed the English accent, it really brought the book to life.
It was just ok. I learned a few facts that I had not known before.
I wish to book had been less like a greeting card!
It reminds me of the Marion Crawford book, "The Little Princesses", in its saccharine infused prose. A biography of Mother Teresa would have been less gooey! I wanted a more three dimensional view of Almina, instead we are given treacle coated view!
Most interesting: Almina's drive. Least interesting: the superficial treatment of very complex personal relationships.
Probably in hopes of a screen writer who was less protective than the author!