Readers can make or break a book, and if I could, I would not give this book a single star. The reader was terrible. He was unable to highlight the transitions from dialogue to description. As a result, the intricacies of the plot and supporting dialogue were lost. Think: speaking with rocks in the mouth with a monotone voice. What a shame for a Man Booker prize winning book to be "showcased" in such a terrible way. Plot? Rich with it, but impossible to follow due to the ham-handed way the production was made. Save your credits/$$.
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