Obviously Nicola Fuller of Central Africa
The Rhodesian confrontation with liberation fighters.
A distinctive voice of a charming, although flawed, woman and the adventures she has lived through in various central African countries over the last 60 years or so.
This tale which covers a lot of ground both psychically and physically ends about where you thought it would and contains a few twists but in the end is unsatisfying because it has to delve into the not credible to complete the story.
Not unless I have to.
Only OK with voices.
The whole plague thing was not credible.
The shooting scene in the train station in Washington.
I enjoyed the convention in Chicago were Garfield is reluctantly "drafted" to run for President.
Although it gave interesting biographical and background information about Melville and his whale story it was not an exciting or wholly put together narrative.
Unless a determined fan or wholly ignorant of this great book most people could easily pass on listening to it and not miss much.
Not sure but a professional may could have done more with the material.
I was disappointed somewhat because given the title I was sure when I finished that I would want to rush out and read Moby Dick again soon. It didn't happen.
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