Absolutely. The language is rich and descriptive. The reading gives so much more character to the book. Ethan Hawke's inflection and timing adds to the drama and depth.
I loved Chapter 1. It feels like a foreword from the author -- reflection on his life -- reflection from a man haunted by war that has found a way to manage the demons.
Ethan Hawke's inflection and timing adds to the drama and depth. His voice matches the characters of the men, young and old, he's describing.
No, but it does make me reflective.
Yes - profound lessons in how to think and solve problems
Thinking like a fox.
A hint at humor.
So many! Must read again
Yes - fundamental leadership lessons; excellent description of contemporary military operating environment.
In Service to Our Nation
Narrator could have been better.
The narrator - rich vivid descriptions.
Take the journey with Marlow - Conrad's descriptions so rich and vivid; vocabulary so wonderfully precise; Branagh with perfect tone, inflection, and animation - you feel the story as much as read/listen to it. A classic that is short enough to be read again and again, just to relive the adventure.
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