OConnor, Albania | Member Since 2010
Yes of course. Audio books are like theatre, they come to life with a great narrator like Christopher Hurt. So ironic in this case - a book about burning books!
Hard to believe Bradbury was writing about iPods and surveilance drones fifty years before the existed!
I've read this book twice and listened once. It is the kind of book you need to listen to several times to get the concepts but always a joy...
There are many other great science books around now but this was one of the first to bring such big concepts to small minds like mine! It's really quite accessible to the lay audience it's written and so very fascinating for all it's insights...
A bleak existential nightmare comes to life through Winslet's appreciation for the work and beautiful reading.
The story is a cross between Albert Camus' The Stranger and Edgar Allen Poe's Tell-tale Heart with a bit of Stephen King thrown in!
Definitely worth the ride though. A great experience...
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