I didn't read the print version
Different voices for different perspectivs.
Yes, although it wasn't possible.
This book gave fascinating insights into Mormonism and polygenous marriage in the context of absorbing fiction.
I learned a lot about WWI. My main criticism is the book went back and forth between war and sex in too simplistic a way.
Yes, because I liked the story. I found myself going to the Internet and looking up Hemmingway's life before the end because I wanted to see what part was true and what fictionalized.
Hard to stay. I guess Hadley because the story was in her voice.
No. She was clear and it was easy to distinguish characters.
Hemmingway, although I think I would find him dangerously seductive. After all, he had a pattern of marrying women then dumping them for another while still married.
This book did not get a 5 star because there was something a little bit slow about it and the writing was a little simplistic next to other audiobooks I've listened to. I almost put it away after the first part, but after I got through a rather banal beginning, the story line started to pick up and then I had to finish it.
The story was OK but mediocre. It is no Poisonwood Bible.
The ending was OK.
The audio was pretty well done.
No. I found the characters unlikeable and the writing conventional.
They were good narrators, maybe made the audiobook better than the written book.
It was an easy read.
I might change the ending.
This book held my interest throughout but was certainly far from my favorite read.
It had some interesting twists and turns but was a bit trite and predictable.
And since when are folks in their early sixties considered "elderly"?
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