The story is an oldie but a goodie. I read the book years ago and was interested how it would sound being read to me.
The realization that things COULD be as this story if we aren't careful. It is racial with out the color.
His voice was soft enough that you had to listen carefully but his enunciation was clear enough that is wasn't hard to understand him.
No. I wanted to listen and then think about what was going on in the story.
At the end where they are walking down the railroad tracks. I like to think if this were a true story I would fit in. The fact that they had the storys "in their heads" instead of having to carry and protect the books themselves is an amazing concept. I'm sure every reader has parts of their favorite books that are commited to memory.
I was born in Florida 70 years ago. I'm not a prude, I'd listen to the storys again but not with the narraters nasel incorrect accent. You'll find the same storys in any state so it that isn't what appals me, it's that horrible accent with the adnoidal, 'I have alleries', voice.
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