To read, yes. Not to listen to with this narrator.
The author's re-creation of the times and certainly of the character of Typhoid Mary.
She pronounces "the" as "thuh," instead of "thee" before vowels. If you can live with this Hollywood affectation, then no problem in listening. It certainly is regarded as incorrect in English and American, grated on my ears every time, and quite ruined the reading.
Very slight differentiation of male and female characters. Very poor attempt at accents, and very inconsistent when she used them.
Write this notice, if it might be called "inspiration."
Yes. I think the narrator might be a good one if she practiced before reading the book and a good director took her in hand. I do blame the publisher, however, for producing the audio book, not her..
if mitchell, in the sphere of fine writers, borders on genius, so the two narrators, in their own sphere, border on the same.
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