I doubt it, but it was amazing.
Difficult to chose - perhaps Gavroche.
In the apartment when Jean was about to be killed & Javert almost caught him - suspense at its very best!
It haunts me. I never knew there was so much left out in the musical, as it would've been impossible to cover it all. Victor Hugo was truly gifted. I would, however, recommend listening to another great read, "The Greater Journey" by David McCullough, before reading Les Mis - it includes a terrific history of Paris, including Victor Hugo's humanitarian activities. I can't wait to see the movie premiering this Christmas!
Highly recommend - don't be intimidated by its length - take your time and savor it!
How the author and reader bring the characters and Paris to life during this time period.
Can't think of one, but it was a great background for reading Les Miserables afterward.
No, but I look forward to doing so.
Not really, but I enjoyed learning about Morse the most.
Highly recommend - definitely not a dry history lesson.
Loved it, but I very rarely listen to a book twice.
The lead character had a wonderful story to tell.
Enticing, humorous, transporting
His performance of the variety of characters.
Toulouse La Trec - very funny and eccentric.
Loved envisioning the lives of the Impressionists and revisiting my beloved Paris a great read - highly recommend.
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