Not that kind of mystery. This is relaxed social commentary. The death is really a sideline.
No. She's good.
Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice II
Kudos to P.D. James for this excellent follow-up. Please tell us what happens after all Jane Austen's books.
It needs a professional reader.
That what could have been interesting stories were made dull and almost incomprehensible by the author's narration.
Not listen to it again.
Please, Audible (and other audiobook producers), convince authors they are not usually the best person to read their own work.
Is Trollope an acquired taste? I'm not sure, since I've just started with this, the first in the Barchester Chronicles series. The story line is not complex, nor is there a lot of action, as opposed to interaction among the well-developed characters. These people react to the impact of the times, of society, and of each other's personalities. Overall, I enjoyed it and will listen to it again--but it's not one I'd recommend without these caveats.
Absolutely. Surprising characters that grow and change in amazing ways.
An everyperson's Jane Austen, maybe. A close--and sympathetic--look at life and society in our times. Not for women only--the men take the lead in this book.
He simply brought every single character to life.
Can friendship turn to love in time to beat back social prejudices, religious conservatism, AND...ENCROACHING SUBURBIA....?
Oh, I did enjoy this one the first time, and the second...and the third...and the fourth...and maybe I'll go listen to it again now.
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