It kept me listening. Although, I think it is not well written, but does bring you along.
The reader grew on me. I didn't like her style initially but could see her talent as the narratives progressed.
It is the"Peyton Place" of the current culture. I would recommend it for a very light, frivolous read.
I listened to the first Grey book and the last. They're all pretty much the same.
I don't really know.
The unbelievable amount of information I did not know.
Just the right tone and inflection
No, I did not
Yes. Luckily I had a hard cover copy, which I kept referring to. A lot is lost without seeing the photographs. Also, narrative was choppy.
Understanding more about lives that are part of our common history
Clear to listen to with that wonderful Boston inflection. He made the experience feel personal.
A true American tragedy.
Yes. Historic, exciting, well read and great writing.
Kind of in a class by itself. Russian writers influence, but really with an American sensibility.
Accents were good., a little hammy, but fun.
The last chapter.
I hope this makes money for Mr. Benioff. He's a real talent.
Terrific classic story made awesome by Kate Winslet's overwhelming talent.
The whole pacing of the narration was perfect. It would be difficult to specify one moment.
I have not. I would love to listen to another.
Evil destroys love.
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