Understanding more about lives that are part of our common history
Clear to listen to with that wonderful Boston inflection. He made the experience feel personal.
A true American tragedy.
The unbelievable amount of information I did not know.
Just the right tone and inflection
No, I did not
Yes. Luckily I had a hard cover copy, which I kept referring to. A lot is lost without seeing the photographs. Also, narrative was choppy.
Yes. Historic, exciting, well read and great writing.
Kind of in a class by itself. Russian writers influence, but really with an American sensibility.
Accents were good., a little hammy, but fun.
The last chapter.
I hope this makes money for Mr. Benioff. He's a real talent.
Terrific classic story made awesome by Kate Winslet's overwhelming talent.
The whole pacing of the narration was perfect. It would be difficult to specify one moment.
I have not. I would love to listen to another.
Evil destroys love.
It kept me listening. Although, I think it is not well written, but does bring you along.
The reader grew on me. I didn't like her style initially but could see her talent as the narratives progressed.
It is the"Peyton Place" of the current culture. I would recommend it for a very light, frivolous read.
I listened to the first Grey book and the last. They're all pretty much the same.
I don't really know.
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