It captures adolescence, and is at the same time appealing to any story lover
He sounds young and captures different accents nicely
Priests, catholic families, victims, and even those trying to exploit the molestation crisis in the Catholic church are all treated with empathy and insight.
A less melodramatic ending
while it was OK, especially the Boston accents, overall the narration was only fair
Father Art because is is a mixture of genuine generosity and stunted humanity
Topical and a good antidote to knee jerk conclusions.
I do not like Paul Auster's writing although I expected to enjoy it
I guess I do not like the genre
Move variation in voices
I liked revisiting Columbia University in the 1960s
Something by David Matthew
easy, clear, adequate
I was disappointed that the characters' motivations were so unbelievable
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