This book took a little getting into but once in it gripped me and made me think not only of the cruelties of slavery but of man's different personalities and his constant ability to find something to differentiate himself from his neighbour.
Very well thought out. Maybe a little confusing at first with all the back and forth but in the end very enjoyable.
I found this book rather hard to follow. I am not certain if I will be listening to any more in the series.
This is certainly one of the best audio books that I have ever listened to. Besides the classic Charles Dickens story, the narrator is stupendous with his many different accents and delivery.
The story itself looks like it has lots of potential for a good book. However, I had to stop listening to the audio after about an hour because I could just not stand the Narrator's rendition. Every character even if in a different accent had the same tone. It was hard to distinguish when different characters were speaking. Sorry Mr. Berry. The story line seemed interesting enough that I might actually buy the hard copy but Mr. Brick is not doing justice to you.
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