Second only to East of Eden. Only because I enjoyed the story better though, the narration in wrath is better. Baker's character voices are spot on and very entertaining.
I really enjoyed the parallels I can observe with today's financial crisis. It's novels like this that help us regain perspective that we desperately need.
No, I am still a novice when it comes to audiobooks, but I would absolutely listen to another of his reads.
Yes, both. This story grips you from your core and has made me a lifetime Steinbeck fan. I read Cannery Row a few years ago and really enjoyed it, but I had no idea how much more I would enjoy books listening to them read to me. Mabye it brings me back to my childhood, but there is nothing quite like having a book read to you.
Wonderful story, a true adventure!
I enjoyed the way the story was constructed. I haven't read another novel that was written in the form of journal, diary, and memos, but I can say this added a really interesting element to the story telling.
I haven't read anything similar that I might compare it too, although I might try now.
Their voices and accents make this listen really fun. I liked each narrator's take on Van Helsing.
Van Helsing for sure. I'm sure he would pay.
Another must listen!
I would like to try again, but not through Jim Norton. I had a difficult time understanding the book because I couldn't follow Jim Norton's accent. I spend hours trying to get through part 1, but after multiple listens I gave up.
American literature classic. Possibly that new Dracula.
Couldn't understand it, so unfortunately no.
Listen to the preview before spending your money.
Honest, gripping, timshel
How the story evolves from Adam's childhood, through war and eventually through his death. I also really enjoyed Lee's contribution to the family and was always impressed with his wisdom. Cal's character was also really interesting.
Any of the scenes with Sam Hamilton and Lee. I really enjoyed the scene where they discussed the story of Cain and Able. Timshel
No, my commute is approx an hour and this novel took me about 3-4 weeks to get through.
Great novel, enjoyed it more than Grapes of Wrath. A must read!
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