I reviewed Part One separately. By Part Two, I was hooked on the book and couldn't stop listening. I actually carried my computer into work and into my house listening as I walked. It reminded me of the Russian spy novels I read for fun before the end of the cold war. The language was very intriguing, subtle, and clever, and I thought the narrator did some of the voices very well. Yes, her "regular" voice was a little grating, but I rather imagined that's how Cayce herself might have sounded. My husband never got into the book, but I ended up really liking it.
I can only say that I found this story fascinating. I could not stop listening, even after my trip ended. The voice seemed authentic. In addition, the great many descriptions of animals weree wonderful.
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