Inspiring, comforting, frightening
Nollie ten Boom, Corrie's sister.
Her lovely voice. I'm dsylexic.
It made me want the walk of faith in Jesus that Corrie and her family had.
It's easier to tell the truth when it will cost you just your life. But when it could cost others theirs? Yet Jesus is supposed to be Truth. Fascinating book. I was struck with Corrie's sister Nollie. She didn't lie.
Robin Bloodworth has almost singlehandedly ruined one of my favorite genres. The stories are intriguing, but I can't get past that voice. Fake British accent, drawling to the point of driving someone, who loves legit British accents, mad. In his regular voice he sounds OK American. I'm a diehard Sayers fan. Or at least I was.
Alan Cumming is an awesome actor. But his narrative skill on the Blue Carbuncle was flat. Even just straight reading in his native accent would have been preferable.
I enjoy a good romantic historial novel. I have seldom been this bored with an audiobook. I had no sympathy for the heroine and I guessed the ending by about the first or second chapter. It took an unbelievable amount of time for her to smarten up. This was not an inexpensive purchase. I would recommend not wasting money on it.
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