In honor of Sir Terry's transition I read again and of course saw more than last time!
have listened to this several times when I need a smile. a gift for all.
Yes, I am listening to it again. It is fun, interesting and imaginative. Fannie Flagg is a wonderful narrator
I really enjoyed the historical weaving of facts about the WASP into an enjoyable story
Her accents are spot on, which brings the characters to life with compassion, energy and joy.
Women aviation pioneers during WWII
Thanks for making the unabridged version available
Cannot answer that question adequately, perhaps someone to whom character development and plausible plot are not important
Relentless description of things I only cared about tangentially, for example, the advice of "handler" to the "trainee" courtesan went on and on and on and on
Probably not - I turned the narration speed up to 1.5x just to get it moving.
Many of the "laundry list" scenes which felt like "padding" to me. Do writers like Tan get paid by the word, I think not, so whoever was supposed to be the editor made some tactical errors in leaving them in. Also the journey to the country side went on interminably
I have been a customer since 2002. Take this advice - Writers write. Narrators narrate. Actors act. It is a very rare bird who can do all three well - PLEASE stop letting the authors narrate their own works.
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