1. If you think you could stand to hear Kelsey Grammer or William Shatner yapping in your ear for twelve hours, then you'll thrill to the pompous Scott Brick as he clowns his way through "Requiem," destroying the credibility of Eisler's well drawn characters with his over dramatic flourishes.
2.To make things worse, Brick sounds like he's working from his bathroom. His sound production includes a kind of "tail" or echo effect known as "room noise" - an amateur mistake, verboten in the recording business; a problem which stems from poor room dampening.
3. I've listened chronologically to all of Eisler's novels. Brick has forced me to read this one the old fashioned way. I found it to be brilliant and greatly satisfying as were all the others.
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