Brilliantly read, wonderfully written. Enthralling story.
Yes, but not this audible edition because the American accent totally destroys the atmosphere of the book which is set in London, England.
The details of life at the beginning of the twentieth century.
Not unless it was an American setting for the book, but even then I'd be wary as I don't like her 'breathless' delivery.
A stunning performance from the narrator and an engrossing story.
The character of Luka is brought to life by the narrator,so much so that you could believe Luka was telling his own story.
The story was absorbing and the characters interesting.
I've no idea what the narrator was doing. Her accent seemed to change continually, sometimes half way through a sentence. She couldn't control it at all. She sounded posh English, West Indian, Irish, bad Cockney, some kind of generic working class, generic rural etc. This wasn't for specific characters but just all over the place.
Thank goodness the story was strong enough to withstand the narrator's strangeness.
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