I would definitely recommend it. The narrator is an amazing find and he just inhabits the character so much and just brings that small something extra to the listening enjoyment. I appreciate more than anything that it was done by a man. I prefer them to female narrators sometimes. John Michael Morgan is amazing!
Because of all the references to classic literature like Paradise Lost and Dante's Inferno...But truthfully I can't really match it to anything else. The intelligence in the writing is something you don't see in a lot of writing these days. With somewhat of an academic tone but it's not trying to teach you.
I think the scene after Julianne finds she is pregnant and in the middle of the night gets out of bed to go for a drive but Gabriel convinces her to walk to the orchard and the conversation they have there.
I sincerely hope that John Michael Morgan decides to do more audiobooks. He has an amazing voice.
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