One of my all-time favorites.
No, but I will seek out her work from now on.
I never knew I was interested in Japanese gardening until now. This book, with the fabulous narration, was hypnotizing.
There is no doubt David Pittu's performance of this book adds tremedously to text. Never over the top, able to distinquish his charactors and able to capture each respectfully, he should win an award for this performace.
I can't say since I haven't yet finished.
It made me want to call in sick so I could stay home and listen. I would have, too, except then the book would have ended that much sooner.
I decided a quarter of the way through that this was one of my all-time favorite books. Now, halfway through, I already know I'm giong to listen to it again and again. It's a beautiful, terrible journey through someone's life that feels simultaniously incredible and all too close to home.
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