The story telling was quite good but the story itself was more complicated or more symbolic than my attention span allowed me to follow while listening.
This was the first book by Flannery O'Connor that I have listened to. I have not read any of Flannery O'Connor's work.
None of the characters qualified as "favorites." The description and performance of each made them equally problematic to like.
Man's Search for Meaning ranks highly among the audiobooks I've listened to due to the excellent content.
The descriptions of the conditions in the prison camps were moving and unforgettable.
Numerous moments of the book moved me emotionally while others were intellectually moving.
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