Heart and Soul
Too many to mention.
Tom meeting the long, lost preacher.
Terrific Drama of the Dust Bowl Days in America
I didn't read the book, but any audiobook that is read well is better than the print version.
The best moment was the scene where Jacob's mom and he met their end.
He was expressive without overplaying the parts.
The author could drag out scenes, repeating the point unnecessarily. A little editing could have done wonders for the book.
I wouldn't make that comparison. Some stories lend themselves better to an audio version than others. This one worked well as an audiobook.
Billy Pilgrim, of course. The story is told through his eyes.
Uniquely delivered - soft whispering voice - well dramatized the particular types of scenes depicted in the story.
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