No. See below.
Despite the bucolic title and setting, the recording was apparently accelerated to the point of hardly being able to follow it. It was probably not the narrator's doing. The producer probably wanted to save on recording time, a not unreasonable desire. However, it detracted significantly from my enjoyment of the book.
The first ten sentences belong totally in the world of fantasy.
Not by this author.
Anger at the company who paid her for her "memoir".
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