Miramar, FL, United States | Member Since 2012
The inner world of a man tortured by a romance ending too soon.
It was the period when he finds her again and there is hope for their romance.
The investigator..love the accent.
The coming together of Bendrix and his lover's husband after her death.
Please have Colin Firth be a featured narrator again! I would buy anything he narrates.
In the top ten
Jake's narration; a good actor can really make a story come alive. I wondered if he had aspired to the movie role..he would have been wonderful, I'm sure.
Nick, of course, the narrator.
I loved the language, the ethereal words of Fitzgerald.
The narration is wonderful..Jean Gilpin inhabits all of the myriad of characters seamlessly.
I love tiptoeing through the history of the erecting the Eiffel tower through the life of Gascon the ironworker, and Roland the aristocrat and his visits to Moulin Rouge, of course I could go on but that would spoil it for you.
When Gascon is building the Statue of Liberty and his meeting of Monsieur Eiffel.
A wonderfully rich French accent that imparts a lovely flavor.
La Belle Epoque?
I had been a student of the French language since Elementary school and this re-awakened my love of all that is French...Viva la France!
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