The key feature of the audio edition is that I finally got around to reading it. For the sake of opportunity, it is
For certain, it is the modern-day applicability of it. Many things Chesterton talks about sound as if they were inspired by events of the last decade.
Chapter 4, The Ethics of Elfland, was least expected. Chesterton illustrates the wisdom infused in fairy tales.
To use a cliche, it is like
Of maybe half-dozen Audible books so far, this is by far the best performance I have heard. Simon Vance is sparkling and never misses a beat. He is crystal clear and makes Chesterton come alive.
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