Yes I would listen again. To get a few more details straight. It was confusing trying to understand where the author was going with the story.
Not too much difference between the characters reactions and voices. Needed more enthusiasm.
Yes. The best friend character was represented in such a way as to help you understand his difficulties coping.
When you finally realized the reason behind all the turmoil.
I would listen to anything Scott Brick read. He is one of my favorites.
All of the moments with his daughter were very touching and agonizing.
Yes, during the time that this was happening so much was secret. She kept quiet for good reason but it was hard to understand the emotions or lack thereof. The story showed what women still hadn't attained during the 60"s. Making sure your man was taken care of and not asking any questions was standard then.
The woman herself.
I liked hearing her speak but sometimes it was hard to hear her. The kids in the background playing was such a natural event.
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