Yes. Because the combination of Richard Poe and Cormac McCarthy is a perfect combination. I've already listened to Blood Meridian several times and I'm sure this book will require several listens. The simplest observations of the surroundings in this book are poetic and strangely familiar.
Harrogate. A character I will never forget and who reminds me to never underestimate anyone.
Too many to list
"This movie will suck, because it's impossible to recreate the feel of the book"
Just get it already...
The story of the Soviet Union at this point in history is not know by enough people. The history after this account can be seen as all the more tragic, for the whole world.
Steinbeck once again comes brings humor and his concern for people of all kinds to the fore. Richard Poe's performance is spot on, as he always is. The only area that could use improvement is linking the audiobook to the photos that Steinbeck's companion took, which are fascinating. Audible could do a better job of providing this feature for books of all kinds, which are often filled with more than just words.
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