Read this book many years ago - had hoped to revisit via Audible, but found the performer's reading to be very tedious.
Nasal, high-pitched, and emotionally flat. Reminded me of some college lectures where I was turning to people in class pleading with them to 'shoot me now'.
Did not finish it...
Would love to see other title from Jung's Collected Works on Audible, but obviously with a different performer.
Perhaps 10 - 20 years from now - the story is very good, but once is enough.
I enjoyed the author's handling of the growth of the young main character, and particularly the letter to him from his father received after the father's death...very fine.
A good reader adds much to a good book - listening is now my favorite way of reading books. This performer was very good, handling all the characters in a believable way.
Very hard to put down (turn off) - a fine book that pulls the reader (listener) in.
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