I think this book is just perfect. It is too bad that it has gotten bad press over the years. If you read this book, you will see message Mark Twain is sending and in a way that is so masterful, it is stunning. I think this is just as relevant today as it was when published.
The climax, which is so apparent, you will not miss it. It brought me to tears.
Same as above, the climax.
It was good to read all 4 books to get a good sense of the author. My favorite in order are The Island of Doctor Moreau, The Time Machine, The War of The Worlds, The Invisible Man
It was a nice glimpse into this time in Russia, but mostly it was a fun and funny story with a satirical bent. Good read.
No, too long.
Edmond of course.
He is not my favorite narrator. Have heard him before. He has a very peculiar way of talking that is not easy on the ears. I had to speed up the reading to be able to get used to.
Vengeance is mine.
Very funny and kind of a history lesson to boot.
Can't wait to see the movie!
Not sure. Someone who may want to waste some time.... Sorry about that, but if you like to read about a few lost souls who drink and eat and a story where really nothing happens, you may like this book. The only thing that was interesting was the description of the bull fights....
Not sure at this point.
He did a good job with content...
All of them
Never read the print version.
Obviously Huckleberry Finn.
Better southern accent like the narrator I heard with Huck Finn. In these books, I want the narrator in the book to sound like Mark Twain.... :)
Really just a fun look at boyhood and human nature during the time period in the South.
Tom Sawyer is a fun book, but Huck Finn is a masterpiece in my opinion.
The mystery made you want to get to the end of the book.
Jup... Just joking... Proffessor Harding
He was a better than average reader.
I did figure out the mystery before the reveal at the end of the book, but did not ruin the experience. If you liked 20K Leagues Under the Sea, you may like this better...
It ranks at the top 3 I would say..
Billy Pilgrim. Ethan Hawke was great in my opinion.
Between Kurt Vonnegut's content and style and Ethan's reading performance, I was almost mesmerized. As soon as I finished the book, I started it over. Never done this before.
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