Frederick Davidson is the best reader I've yet listened to on Audible. His various "voices" made the story very personal. The torture and battle descriptions were a bit gruesome but likely in keeping with the times. Cornwell makes history intriging. Can't wait to listen to the next in the series.
Too many or too few details. Thought I'd missed a chapter at times.
I wouldn't make Havers appear to be so lovelorn and losing perspective.
Davina is always good. She spoke the Italian slowly; otherwise, would've been really lost.
Definitely, we need to know what happened to whom. Some characters must be gone for good.
This is only Elizabeth George book I've been disappointed with.
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