The narrator's talent for accents and expressions. And of his the good material he had to work with.
The Frenchman Gasgoine (sp? - I listened to it, not read it!) had a talent for cutting statements.
Great accents (except for his confused Maori accent - he could have just watched any NZ movie to get the idea - instead Te Rau sounded like an unwell Aborigine) and expressive performance. I haven't considered seeking out books read by a particular person but would do for this guy.
Sphere within a Sphere, because the story rounds on itself so often.
I'm not sure the whole 'Signs of the Zodiac/Phases of the Moon' theme added anything to the book.
Viewers of 'Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous'.
I didn't get there.
Someone else could have read it. His voice is annoying.
Yes, fascinating subject matter, and interesting stories of peoples' lives and achievements.
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