This book is surprisingly more boring than I expected, and flows in a slow and confusing way.
I usually love books read by actresses, as they make incredible narrators, unfortunately this is not the case for Anjelica Huston.
This book might actually work better as a movie but I wouldn't be particularly interested.
Probably not. I listened for 13 hours and finally had to admit that I would not enjoy this book.
The written version perhaps, but the audio version is hard to get into.
The narrator over acted the book. He gives the main character an insufferable tone, sometimes sarcastic or cynical, sometimes effeminate, which I doubt was the author's intention. Because of this, I had a hard time relating to the main character or the rest of the story
This book reads like a long movie. You don't want to ever hit pause. The narrator does a superb job
Near the top
The suggestion to make a funny song for your business
He sounds like a successful man, which is important for this narration
Will listen again with pen and paper in hand
This book should've been 4-5 hours long
Add more anecdotes or stories to make it more interesting
The reader sounds like an old man, not very dynamic
No. I could hardly follow this old sounding narrator.
What I could listen of the story was ok
A younger, more energetic reader. Bob Walter sounds like an old and tired man.
Usefull, insightful, captivating
Martha. She's like an iron lady.
Martha is not the greatest reader. She's much too strong, her voice lacks sympathy or softness. She's too monotone at times.
The book very soon stops being an adoption story and goes all over the place
I honestly couldn't decide whether this narrator is a real person or a very sophisticated robot
If there was more of a story and less trying to convince the listener that this was an exceptional love story
The narrator is horrible
Don't buy it
It was enjoyable, above average, though not the greatest but I enjoyed it. Would buy again.
She was a good narrator, but can sound angry too often.
It's good overall, even though most of the story is very oppressive, except the long epilogue.
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