Very well worth the time. Nice story, interesting characters, and wonderful descriptions on Chicago.
Somewhat better than the 1st book.
She brings a skill and talent to her storytelling which is most pleasing. She has become the voice of VI Warshawski to me.
Perhaps. There are a few points I'm sure I missed, but overall I've finished it and don't feel the need to re-"read" it.
Of course. Entertaining as all Hell.
In this one, she does a good job giving varying voice to the characters. Her reading is well modulated and transitions from one speaker to another, or one "scene" to another are good.
As is usually the case with these novels, the endings are poignant yet somehow uplifting. It leaves me wanting more (evidence by the fact I've listened to 15 of the 16 available).
I dinged the story a bit as I found the means used to expose the murderer a bit clumsy and over done. Other than that, the story flowed well and was entertaining enough
Yes. ...To both.
Expected as I had listened to an radio performance of it some years ago.
Pleasing voice, well trained, and with just the right amount of flare to give the story a little extra something.
"...needs...", no. As Mr Huxley passed away in 1963, it would be a little difficult anyway.
As an audiobook in and of itself, it is in the middle. As a book from my childhood, pretty high. However, Anne Hathaway's performance is marvelous.
It has been, and I'm certain it always will be, The Tin-Man. Anyone wanting to love so badly is aces to me.
Transport back to my childhood when my Grandmother read it to me.
I wouldn't make a film of it. The 1939 version is perfect for me. ...Although I found 1978 Dianna Ross version fun.
Yes! It's just that good!
One of the best matches of voice of the narrator to the voice of the story I've listened to in my time as a member of Audible.com.
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