No- but not for anything wrong with the audio. I heard there are very vivid illustrations in the print that really help bring 19th century NYC to life.
well that would just be a spoiler
A little more life would help
For a time travel story, the story itself feels very small. But that isn't a bad thing. Instead of something grandiose and elaborate, it feels more human and alive. And it really brings old NY to life.
There are some intriguing characters and subplots. But in the end, the ones I liked best were sort of left with little to do
Am I getting this correctly? I think I am? Am I? I'd better listen to that first chapter again...
Mix of voices and performances brings out the different characters
The tone of the narration had a very storylike quality to it, which fit it perfectly. It added to a good story with interesting characters.
I really enjoyed Yehuda Schaalman. Complex, and manages to be humorous, pitiable, and scary at different points.
Some immigrants came here from a different world. Some came here from a MUCH different world.
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