George Guidall is an excellent reader for Roth's novella -- unlike many other readers, he doesn't overact, and simply gets out of the way of Roth's prose. Recommended.
Many people like this book, but I couldn't stand it. The banter among the "old farts" was straight out of a cheap sitcom, and none of them were particularly interesting. Once the aliens show up, it gets worse. Try Robert Charles Wilson's "Spin" instead.
The price is right for this classic Hawthorne tale, but the reader's cheesy Italian accents for the dialogue just about ruins it. Avoid.
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