Unlike the previous reviewer, I like the narration. I have both read and listened to the whole series. This is the voice I have come to associate with the main character. The amnesia is believable, in light of the previous books.
Each letter writer in the book has a different voice. This adds to a really well-written book. Both my wife and I loved this book. We didn't know anything about the occupation of the Channel Islands.
I am halfway through this book and I can't stop listening. The reader is perfect. The writing makes me giggle.
This was an adequate reading, but I somehow felt that the reader was condescending to the characters.
Unlike the other reviewers I thought the narrator did a wonderful job. The accents helped to give the flavor of the mix of cultures coming togeter. She was clear and easy to understand.
Mary Doria Russell is among my very favorite authors.
The only trouble with the audio version is that you want a pen and paper to write down all the mystery authors and books that she mentions.
I listened to the book after seeing the movie. I was not disappointed. The book adds depth to the pictures I had in my mind from the moview
Nadia May's narration suites this English setting. I have liked all of Patricia Moyes mysteries. The characters are likeable, the plot sufficient, and the ending is always explained.
I have seen the movie and the play. The book is the best of the three. It is hard to believe that it was written in 1922. Nadia May, the narrator, as always is lovely to listent to.
This was really bad.
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