I have always admired Paul Auster and his literary projects.
Paul Auster's compassion of simple slices of other's life stories
He speaks poignantly throughout all of the stories capturing the minds and hearts of humankind. I love him!
I have been following Paul Auster's career and my two children have been readng his books for nearly two decades now.
It seems so personally written as if it really happened to him. I was impressed because it sounded like he did his research in the Art World.
Campbell Scott!!! He can hypnotize me with his voice.
This was written in
The third person so in essense, he seemed removed yet poignantly told .
I listened to the whole book in one sitting but I listened to certain excerpts I wanted repeating.
I love Campbell Scott! I
Must have 4-7 narrated by him. I actually sought his
Narratives for that very reason. I'm a big fan of his beautiful rhetoric and diction.
I was mesmerized while I listened to a story I have been meaning to read this book but audio was so much more rewarding
The Awakening. It took me back in time yet Anais Nin and Henry Miller can to.
I was sad but then I was puzzled with the turn of events. There was one scene that did make cry.
I want to hear more of Colin. I love him. He sounds so sexy!
Walter Zimmerman narrates vibrantly than Grace Conlin any day.
Listening to a male's voice was more appealing. Grace Conlin sounded like she was reading a college textbbook and sounded like a bore.
He spoke with depth of an novel that has ranked as one in my top ten
Wonderful. I have many copies of this title and will treasure this story always.
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