Jane Asher is a fantastic reader, absolutely the best read book I have listened to. Marsh's characters are great and the story is interesting. The puzzle is fun but as usual nothing is too dark.
The characters are interesting and easy to care about. While they are not entirely fleshed out there is enough there that they are real and complex.
She is calm and yet there is passion there too.
Yes, the characters are wonderful and unexpected, so alive beautiful and human.
I had a huge amount of trouble putting this book down. I really wanted to know what would happen, what had happened.
If what you like in a Ngaio Marsh mystery is lots of inspector Alleyn this is not the book for you. It is mostly about a theater putting on Macbeth. Of course someone dies and Alleyn solves it but that's not what the story is about. Disappointing
This is a fascinating and beautiful book. Dion Graham reads it well, though sometimes he feels a bit off. But the story is so wonderful and so absorbing that nothing else seems to matter.
This is another fun listen by Ngaio Marsh but I would recommend any of the female readers over Mr. Saxon. He's okay but they really do bring the stories to greater life.
The Character and their situations are crazy and still so real. It is hard not to love and despair for them the whole time.
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