I like the musical interludes and the sound effects and I love the book. The reason I am giving it a low mark is because of the narrator. The way he voices female characters is borderline offensive and profoundly irritating. I had to stop halfway because of this. They all sound cutesy and girlish, regardless of whether they are deities, old or young, which is I guess how this narrator imagines all women talk. I have a couple of other books narrated by Griffin and I think he is pretty good and easy to follow, otherwise. But this one is simply atroceous.Word of advice on all male narrators who are tempted to use a higher pitched voice to impersonate women - DON'T. It is offensive and very distracting.
One of the best, if not the best, in terms of quality, entertainment and educational value.
The St.Matthew's Passion and Goldberg Variations lessons are a real tour-de-force.
His entertaining, quirky, lecture style.
It made me joyful.
Get it. It will change your life. No,seriously.
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