Loved that Liz Gilbert narrated her own book. She has such a wonderful voice. Although she is somewhat self-involved, I never tired of listening to her adventures on this book.
This is the best book I have listened to since "The Help". I think both were enhanced by having multiple narrators. In the case of "Bloodroot", employing readers who could embrace the accent of the mountain people helped immeasurably. I loved this book and recommend it to all Audible readers.
I guess I must be missing something. This book has no likeable characters and appears to be a case of oral diarrhea by the author. The only reason I continue to listen to this book (18 hours!) is that it is the only new one on my
I-Pod. I keep listening to see if there are any redeeming qualities. So far, zilch.
Bought this book for two friends before I even finished listening to my copy. Very compelling. One of the best books in my Audible library!
I thought the story was interesting, but the narrator spoke in a breathy, low voice that was hard to hear. Sometimes the volume was uneven---straining to listen----then having it blasted out of the speakers! Disconcerting.
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