This book is a prime example of why not every author should read his/her book. Adelstein read his memoir so quickly it was hard to tell where thoughts began and ended. I enjoyed learning about his years in Tokyo but would have enjoyed a lot more if a professional read it instead.
When listening to a book, the narrator is very important to me and this book has by far some of the best. Layers of complexity and emotions were added by Barrett, Le Sueur and others, which made this already fascinating story even harder to put down.
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