Most Definitely. The voice actors really bring Wouk's play to life. If only we could get an audio version of the full novel, though...
Hard to say.
As with the full novel, Queeg. He is so pathetic that you really feel sorry for him.
By Jonathan Davis? Most definitely. Connie Willis? HELL NO!
The main narrator, Davis, does a terrific job. Willis's introduction is boring and impossible to skip without missing the first chapter. Because of her alone, skip the audio and read the book.
Anthony Heald is a wonderfully competent narrator.
This is my all-time favorite Ludlum. I've read it several times, and even so, I've had a hard time following it because of how jumpy it was in the beginning.
Kevin Pariseau may be a capable reader, but not for this book or its sequel. His diction is too clipped and his pronunciation is horrible. Just when the listener is being brought into the power of the story, we are jarred out of it by Mr. Pariseau's reading. Instead of allowing us to get lost in the power of the book, we are, instead, reminded that this IS a novel we are listening to, whereas when we read it, we become drawn into the drama and feel for the characters.
War and Remembrance: written by the same author, and it is the continuing adventures of The Henry and Jastrow families.
His words were too clipped and his pronunciation was terrible.
No. Way too long for that.
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