I'm not familiar with the print version but I found this audiobook to be excellent. The story was riveting. I had found the first chapter rather slow going, but once the story moved into the second and subsequent chapters I found myself hooked. The themes of loyalty, religiosity, power and love were interestingly interwoven in the story. It was very well read.
Perhaps the point where Leah killed herself. I never saw that coming and it was certainly a critical turning point.
The one that saw David and his father spending the night out on a boat for dinner with their friends.
Yes...but I think it is best heard in short sittings as there is much to ponder upon as the story unfolds.
You've done a super job with this version !
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