A brilliant writer matched with my favorite Audible reader. I wish Audible had someone like Andoh for its South Asian selection.
Audio is fuzzy and static-y. More annoying is the constant sound of people talking in the background, very distracting if you're listening on headphones. There are no pauses between chapters, so it feels as though we launch into the next chapter seemingly mid-sentence! Different sections of the audio sound markedly different, so different it seems like a different narrator has taken over. The narration itself is fine but the sloppy production quality made this very, very hard going for me. Do not buy.
A personal account of devastating set of events, but not a well-conceived book. The author's grief is overwhelming but not a cathartic reading experience. There's no story, and not much of a compelling emotional arc.
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