Certainly. Because I enjoyed it so much.
Its pace, descriptions (both characters and scenes) and of course, the story.
Hard to say. There aren't any more books read by John C. Reilly on Audible. But his reading of this book is excellent, up there with Jeremy Irons reading 'Lolita' or Colin Firth reading 'The End of an Affair'.
No. Because it is too long for that.
Yes I would because it is touchingly brilliant.
Perhaps Alex Haley's 'Roots'
Samuel Hamilton, maybe because we are both from Ireland.
What is a tag line?
Fantastic book with a fantastic reader.
Roots is in the top 5 of over 300 books I've listened to.
For me, not being an American, this book is a real eye opener and a reasonably well told story.
A magnificently crafted performance. One of the best readers around. wish he did some more.
The selling of Kizzy.
A worthwhile experience.
Perhaps more suitable for young people who haven't read many books.
A stronger plot.
LeVar Burton's reading is excellent and is the main reason why I listened to the end.
The book had far too much descriptions of family life at the Watson home and too little story. The book ultimately made an important event in American history into a tedious tale.
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