i enjoyed the book 30 years ago. the author would be proud of this narrator.
this vivid narration brings you into the heart of the story. the characters nice or bad come to live within your imagination. total immersion.
one can almost assume that keith is sitting in front of you sipping an expresso, for the narration is so vivid.
the book had been sitting for nearly forty years on my bookshelve. the narrator, who could be a company of narrators by himself, enticed me to dust off the book.
fortunately for me i had already read edgar allan poe's book, for this particular audiobook doesn't do justice to the author.
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