BOOKWORM INTERVIEW GAVE USEFUL CONTEXT FOR THE STORIES
THE READERS WERE GREAT
GOOD READ ALONG-SIDE FRANZEN'S FARTHER AWAY ESSAYS & NATHAN ENGANDER'S WHAT WE TALK ABOUT......ESSAY'S
I DON''T LISTEN TO THEM IF THEY AREN'T WELL WRITTEN AND WELL READ.
GOOD STORY. GOOD READER
I DON'T KNOW, BUT IT WORKS. (I WOULDN'T HAVE READ THE NOVEL).
JUST HAD A VERY GOOD 'LISTEN' TO A GOOD STORY. THANK YOU
FINALLY A READER I CAN LISTEN TO FOR A PELECANOS. MORE PLEASE!
Well- read and passionately read. I loved listening to Mr. Conroy's voice. I don't think anyone else could have read this for h im.
because of the subject matter. My trust in the author and his good writing kept me going. It wasn't until
the last couple of pages that I recognized I had read a great American novel.
And I think he did.
Remember the time you found yourself so close to death, and you never felt more alive. A feeling that stayed with you for some time. You may have that experience after finishing this book.
Yes! I just cannot find a Walter Mosley novel that leaves me 'moving right on', to next book. His books leave me thoughtful and reflective. Like every other novel I have read by Mr. Mosley I will be reading this one again. The great readings of his works are essential. Thank you.
Walter Mosley does not disappoint. Engaging, provoking, entertaining, current and stimulating. There is no one quite like Mr. Mosley. I think he is a very important American writer.
And always execellent readings, Thank you.
I never expected to read Dickens again, and I wouldn't have if I hadn't run into this reading.
It is a gift . Thank you Mr. Muller!
This book gets a 10!!! For writing and reading.
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