Intriguing, riveting, familiar
That Joanne Harris had maintained the same familiar characters but brought it up to date by introducing a whole load of immigrants with very familiar culture and how that culture was received by the small remote French village.
No, I had not listened to others of their performances but I was very impressed with their rendition of this book. Both gave remarkable performances.
I would never attempt to rename an author's work.
This is such a funny autobiography and brings to life the minds of small and not so small boys! Having Bill Bryson read his own biography is an added bonus as he brings it to life. I laughed out loud so often. A wonderful listen.
As usual with Jodi Picoult this book is well researched, brilliantly written and gripping in the issues it explores as it progresses through its story. I love listening to her thoroughly explore a contemporary theme. This book, like her others, gripped me so thoroughly that I found myself tining in to listen at every available opportunity.
I love Jodi Picoult's work. She never baulks at tackling the difficult conundrums in our society. This book sure plunged me into an ethic about single sex parents versus non- biological parents. It was so interesting.
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