When Crickets Cry by Charles Martin is one of the best novels I've heard. It is breathtakingly beautiful in its depth, lyricism, sense of place, faith and knowledge.
Adam Verner's voice and inflection were perfect. The sensitivity he brought the story lent a poignant, humorous, vibrant enrichment to the written words. An excellent performance.
In this book Inspector Armand Gamache and Jean Guy encounter the spiritual reality of monastic life. Both bring into the experience their own perceptions and come away changed. Incredible character development and stellar storytelling. As always Ralph Cosham is perfection in the voice of Gamache and a pleasure to hear for hours at a time.
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