It was fascinating, and a great performance!
Lennie, because she reinvented herself so well and because her backstory was such a clear motivation.
Yes, and this one lived up to my high opinion of her talents.
I had to check several times to make sure I was mistaken about the facts of this story. It seems so real. The Period detail about women artists is fabulous!
I loved the fact that I never knew what was going to happen next. Would he make it? Would he give up?
It was fascinating the way so many characters were transformed by the precipitous action of one man.
When Harold's neighbor brings over a map with colored pins so that Harold's wife can track his progress on his pilgrimage.
The neighbor. He had a great way of looking at things, and was able to inspire Harold's wife to return to herself.
I couldn't turn it off. I kept finding new ways to listen more. The reader's voice was perfect, both as a narrator and as the characters.
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