Sarah Silverman does a nice job with the narration, but only a few parts really made me chuckle, a lot of it was painfully boring and I found myself zoning out while listening to it (which happens sometimes with all audiobooks) but with this one I felt no desire to rewind back to what I had missed.
Its under six hours but she should have stopped with two.
This book was great, I loved every minute of it and found myself looking forward to my 1 hour each way commute every day. The narration is great, with different women doing the voices for the different characters. Although its a fictional story, I feel I also learned a lot about life in the south in the 1950s and 60s. Highly recommended!
I loved the first in the series, so decided to give the second one a listen. It was a little slow in the beginning and I wasn't sure where the story was going, but it turned into a great plot with lots of twists and turns. I enjoyed it very much, great story and great narration.
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