Yes and I have
YES, just when I thought it was wrapped up in a nice neat bow.... boom, here we go again with a twist.
George is my favorite narrator for this series. He uses proper Yiddish inflections and pronounces the Hebrew with the correct accent. The drollness of the characters humor comes across easily.
This is my 4th Silva book and again the author has kept me interested from 1st to last. I listened to this during my 90 minute commute. I found myself looking forward to getting in the car just to listen to a bit more of the book. Well done.
too many to state
The voices were done well. However his Hebrew accent was more like old Russian or Upper west side.
The scene in Ms. Hertzfeld's presence.
Yes, it was a great book to listen to with our children (6/9). They were both fascinated by the story and able to keep track in the absense of visuals.
What is not to like about Michael York. He is a brilliant story teller. We felt LUCKY to have this read to us by him.
The story and the main character
The Red Tent as it was about women helping women even in the worst possible circumstances.
This book was listed as "hilarious" it was not, it was sad and pathetic about a woman who was so self absorbed that the stunts she pulled were so far from possible it was a grind to get through the book.
Stupid and far fetched. The character made me angry.
She did her best to capture the character.
Similar to the Big Chill. Same type of story. I like the way it moved from past to present and that the process of mourning was captured.
Nice job capturing the different characters
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