I felt that the narrator could have slowed the story down - I had to go back again and again to try to understand and grasp what he was saying. Perhaps it was me but just found him very difficult to listen too. I was very excited to listen to the book but gave up as felt I had to work to hard to follow him
I found myself continuously comparing Alexandre Dumas to the mystery/intrique writers of today and did not find him lacking in any way, in fact, in most cases found him vastly superior. Even though I thought I knew the whole story, the twists and turns kept me wanting to read more. John Lee as the narrator is excellent and brought the story to life even more. You won't be disappointed.
Overall I enjoyed the story but felt there was too much unnecessary and token sex that very seldom added to the actual story. I also was a bit frustrated that the good people in the story very seldom "won" out over truly evil people.
I absolutely loved this story - felt by the end that I knew all of them and wanted more. Am afraid to see the movie because the characters are still so alive in my head, not sure any actors can do them justice.
Even though Emma is not my favorite Austen novel, Juliet Stevenson made it very enjoyable.
I truly didn't get the point of this story - I kept waiting for the "wonder" which never came. I tried hard to like the characters and found myself not caring whether any of the survived. I think the narrator did a good job of telling the story - just not much to go on
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