believable characters, plot that grabbed me by the throat and didn't let go until the last words, fine reader
as good as I've grown to expect and appreciate
witches last encounter with Macbeth
although I know the play well, I don't think it necessary to be sucked into the novel
The exploration of old and new painting materials and techniques as well as the several plot twists made me sorry to finish
Meticulously research, carefully crafted story of a mulatto of the New World whose intelligence, elegance, and courage promote him to a leader of the Revolution who later led Napoleon's troops into Egypt.
REailzing that the Count and Three Musketeers were modeled on this man.
Dumas's character as well as his derring do
A fine man in all regards who fought racism even in France, which prided itself on equality for all--except blacks.
I expected a scholarly retelling of the Iliad, not a Barbara Cartland set in Homeric Greece.
Expressive, articulate reader
I quit listening almost 3/4 through because I remained unconnected to characters and uninvolved in plot. Narration flat. Perhaps this was a conscious choice to remain consistent with American Indian minimal inflection.
I think I've read all her work, but not of this book.
Perhaps George Guidall.
You never know when you'll be called upon to build a long bow; vital to selection the propre yew.
Both sides' insistence that god rode with their troops
Fictional characters quite cardboard, the romance trite. None of the mattered however in the rantings of royalty and the mute sufferance of soldiers.
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