In some ways yes since the voice is perfect for this type of opus.
The amount of information compiled just from the Darlene Ferrin murder. Almost as if solving her murder would have revealed the identity of the killer.
The recounting of the Ferrin- Mageux attacks.
Just about. Or least to listen to it again and again.
It's too bad Graysmith is the only individual to take an interest in the topic. And he wasn't even an author. He was a cartoonist!
I loved the slow methodical almost cerebral reading done by the narrator. You get a real emotional sense of the mind of the characters. Exactly read as required by the author himself. Not hurried but delivered almost as a patient actor would. Loved it. I guess this is why a film delivered thus has never been filmed. But oh well. I' ll settle for this reading hands down.
His internal emotional turmoil. His very introverted chaos.
Of course, Raskolnikov.
His paranoia throughout as the police were in his presence.
Too bad The Brothers Karamazov is too expensive! Otherwise I'd buy it, too.
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