The concept of following objects through time worked so well. If you love a bit of art history told with the emphasis on history not technique you will enjoy the journey.
There were many moments that I still reflect upon but returning to find the objects after WWII via the loyal maid was very touching. Also finding out about his favourite uncle's life.
Not sure as I think I would have loved the book just as much if I'd read it, but he does do the brilliant writing justice.
Probably not I rarely read books twice.
She did a fabulous job to bring Allende's characters to life I hope to hear her again.
Why aren't there more Allende books available on Audible? Also loved the Latin accent of the narrator so suited the book.
It's such a step away from other books I've listened to a much heavier plot and not an inkling of humour.
This is a totally different style from HP but I was very curious to see what a novel aimed at an adult audience would be like. JKR once again develops her characters with exceptional dexterity just a shame they are horrible and too fallible. It felt like an exorcism of the happy ending or child audience that she has been catering for over many years. Dark but I was compelled to see it to the end. I am interested in seeing what she comes up with next hopefully she will find her humour again, karaoke with Maureen was not getting a giggle going.
First time I have heard him but I think he gave life to all of the characters.
No needed to break it up.
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