I'm an Audible fan generally, but found Michael Boatman's reading of this to be especially compelling. A fun story about a young slave who witnesses the zany John Brown in his exploits and misadventures.
I love this book but i would NOT recommend listening to it, even though I liked listening to books 3 and 4. Roy Dotrice, the reader, pauses at weird times and overall sounds like he's about to keel over and die while reading. I've taken to play it double time since he reads so slowly, and the way he does women characters is to make them all sound like PMS-ing harpies. Also, the audio book is about three times more expensive than the hardcover. Save your credits and buy the hardcover. This reading gives me a headache.
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