Not the suspenseful, spine-tingling story I was hoping for but entertaining nonetheless. The narration was generally good. The most dissatisfying part was needing to constantly adjust the volume because the narration swings back and forth between normal conversational volume and whispering.
The moment when Julia and Jacques discuss the drawbacks of the Cuisinart food processor.
I like the way Kimberly Farr performed Julia. Rather than trying to impersonate Julia, Kimberly voiced her in a way that captured Julia's spirit and personality.
I was particularly moved by Julia's farewell to La Pitchoune.
I really enjoyed Kimberly Farr's narration of this book. She was very natural, expressive without being melodramatic, and adjusted her tone and rhythm to suit the storyline.
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