Yes, this is the type of story & production that encourages a second listen. Its narrative complexity and the interesting story allows it to be enjoyed more than once. I look forward to listening to it again as well as reading the novel as well.
I knew Neil Gaiman from the Sandman series but had never read his other work, now that I have been exposed to this work I have continued on to The Graveyard Book and Fragile Things and enjoy both the stories as well as his personal narration of his works. I will enjoy exploring this talented mans catalog of work well into the future.
While not my favorite Jim Harrison novel I liked it enough to want the audio version. I already own the book and sometimes get audio versions for listing while doing mundane tasks. The reviewers voice and performance leave much to be desired. It is read in a monotone deep voice that makes the story a shade of gray instead of the vivid tones that Harrison's story's and poetry present. I will note the narrator for future purchases and refrain from any he reads.
Anyone one with some life in his/her voice would be preferable.
I would like to see Audible expand its poetry section, of all the areas I enjoy it is the least served and could use more investment.
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