Yes... the narration is that good.
His talent for various voices and accents makes the story come alive.
I will not re-read this ... lots of repetition (how many times do we have to hear that her breasts are too small???), different narrators, and they pronounced a main character's name differently. I did not stop reading, though...
I might have put the book down if I had to read it because the book was so long and a slog at times ... audio keeps me going.
Tango... he had such a diverse background and was so nice to his dying dad.
Why did we never hear about Tango's older girlfriend or Fuki Eri again? These characters were just dropped.
If we ever found out who was doing the phone calls, I missed it.
Muriel Spark was amazing... she was in her 30's when she wrote this?
Book was very funny... I actually loved this book.
I'll read other Muriel Spark books and hope the narrator is Nadia.
This is the same narrator that read The Three Weissmanns of Westport, which I thought was fine, but in this book, I keep retelling the book in my mind with different emphasis. The male voices are especially irritating and boring. I wonder how Jane Urquhart liked this interpretation.
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