I agree with the the previous reviewer, the author should have let someone else read it- I now appreciate a good reader even more! You do get the impression that Mr McMahon did respect and like his boss and even now is the ultimate loyal friend and employee. This is not a tell-all, air dirty linen book but rather a warm and kind memoir.
Flavia belongs at home in England and I guess, for me, on paper and not on audio. This was the least enjoyable of the series. Will I read the next one ? Well, of course. Flavia's circumstances do not mean I've stopped loving her but I hope she'll be back in her beloved countryside.
I know, it's only the fifth of January but I really think I'll be hard pressed to fall so hard for another book this year. I would have defiantly snuck a peak to see what happened at the end if I had a printed book. The narrator nailed it too.
The actual words coming out of the reader's mouth were finely performed but there is a lack of fluidity between sentences. Almost as if each individual sentence had been tackled in and by itself and not as part of a whole paragraph. Or perhaps it was that the pause between sentences were too long.
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