No on the writer but I would listen to David Pittu again.
This was the one and only Donna Tartt book I've listened to.
He does bring the different characters alive, especially Boris. An acceptable dope head.
No, to much drugs and mental problems.
There were times I skipped forward because the dialog was to long and boring.
Not sure if I would listen to the story again but I could recommend it as a good book in your library. I certainly will buy the author's next book in this series.
Mary Abacus was my favorite character because she represents a strong willed survivor who was able to adapted to her environment. A true pioneer of Australian's history.She was a woman who paved the way for others.
The story is interesting because it takes the characters and their stories from England to Australia. The author sets the stage for the next generations to carry on in the making of Australian's history. At first is was difficult to understand the narrator's Australian accent
but that issue disappeared.
I would not rename the book. The Potato Factory fits the story.
This book was a fast listen because you don't want to put in down.
Shelly was my favorite character, her views and insights to the other characters was great!
I found the story very interesting to learn about what goes on in a mortuary
It is a good read, not bloody or gory but very informative.
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