Really great to hear the story told by the author herself.
we all know about her obvious passion for cooking, but few know that Clarissa has an equally deep knowledge of history and in particular food and its introduction to the British Isles through history, whose influence on the commonwealth through the 18th and 19th centurys is the resulting fabric of my own culinary heritage.
Familiar and warm, she reads in a conversational voice, and its as though you are sitting talking with her over a cup of tea.
What you never suspected about british food, the aristocracy and the poor.
Loved it. Vale Clarissa- thank the universe you penned your great work to leave as your legacy!
Yes I'd listen again because it's integral to the whole story BUT. THE NARRATORS LOSING HIS WAY WITH SOME OF THE VOICES HES ELECTED TO USE, and this inconsistency has made it harder to easily enjoy the story as concentration is required to ensure you understand who is speaking or thinking out loud.
Why has the pronunciation of 'little finger' name suddenly changed from PE-Tar to Peter?
Why did good hearted Bryin have to die? Hopefully that is resolved next book!
I am worrying that there is only one book left and too many subplots with loose ends- hopefully the next two instalments are written and published soon!
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