Yes, Maybe with a different narrator. As stated above it is an intriguing story with some depth to both plot and characters.
The originality of the plot and the understanding of coming future events when written in early 1930's.
The narrator's expression and tonality lacked empathy for the different traits of the characters.
The compelling human search by us all for our own personal lost utopia.
I loved the ending as it left the reader with the question of the reality of this search as it relates to the characters in the book and also within the readers own life.
Story, Characters and writing
Yes, by the sheer power of the craft of his writing and story.
The main character whose life was fundamentally shaped by the dramas of love and war
No, one needed to absorb the intricacies of the drama and the graphic images of a world wracked by war.
I have said it all I think for me
Riveting, sensitive, and thought provoking
Training his tiger!
No I have not read any other books narrated by Jeff Woodman, but I will be sure to look in the future!
I would not rename the book - it is perfect!
Good on audible for engaging a narrator who was so believable as the main character. It makes such a difference to the reader to have a narrator who understands the structure, essence and the character of the book!!
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