New York City, NY, United States | Member Since 2009
This book, whether it is in the category of "self help," romance fiction, or American literature might appeal to an unmarried readership --- people who are searching for a permanent relationship. The brief voice quote submitted for my review is saturated with personal feelings of ambivelance and restrained anxiety, emmotions which are often stirred during such a search. The book might promote self refection and clearer thinking about possible parteners.
Dr. Roberta, psychoanalyst, New York City.
I listened briefly to all the "Pide and Prejudice" audios on our list, before buying this production narrated by Linsey Duncan. Ms Ducan's reading is superb. Each character is given a unique voice and portrayed with such subtlety, that the novel easily flows in currents of reality. Miss Austen's language is preserved and alive. I am a serious reader of Ms Austen and I am totally satisfied with this audio.
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