I particularly liked the swahili used in the story, as well as the bouncing around geographically.
Almost, I read the paragraphs about a women with aids who washed Barcott's pants to my students to help them understand his reaction to good will despite being in a miserable situation.
A great audio book for following along in the class, or listening to on a treadmill.
I particularly liked the accents used, and the pacing.
This is a difficult history for me to stay interested in, all the political marriages, and names of one noble after another. This audiobook helps me wrap my mind around the story, and throughout a big part of listening to this I looked up the proper nouns in google images to better visualize this geography.
yes, the pronunciation, especially for Scottish and French words, was very valuable.
Great read, definitely have a hard copy so you can spell the words you want to look up correctly.
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