Wow. So many of them. I was going to say, the whole car ride but that sums up most of the story! I'm sticking with it, though.
I think, Tansy (not sure of the spelling with the Audible version).
YES! I don't think there were any uninteresting characters. All had depth and kept you wanting more. And, Nicolette McKenzie handled them all wonderfully.
Probably when I was crying my eyes out but I don't want to give away anything by saying when that was.
When the captain and Francis had their in-depth conversation was revealing but the fire scene was excellent, too.
6 weeks can make a lifetime.
I would have liked to have found out about the fate of Jean and maybe also Margaret's mom.
Yes. I loved the characters.
Vivian - very witty but also kind and sensitive
Delivery of wit as well emotion. Her delivery of Mr. Grant really painted his true character.
I LOVED the addition of Einstein and the history of pre-WWI developments. Also, I might need to re-listen because I missed what Violet spoke to Jane about. How did that play out? My stars are based on the fact that it completely captured me.
I think this "read" was even better then the last ("Painted in Darkness" by Goddard) - if that's possible!
Michael Kitchen reads lines so wonderfully and seems to understand each character so well that the slightest inflection or pause gives us hints of what is behind the written word - which is how the author would want it to be. His talent as a character actor teams up so well with Goddard's novels!! I hope there are many more to come.
Narrator? + Suzie? + SOLD!I thought for sure that:1. (one of my favorite narrators) Roslyn Landor, who I thought would have a much, much older voice than Becky would have!2. Suze being called Suzie would be too unsettlingbut, once again, these original distractions became meaningless as my love for this wonderful story and the narration turned into pure - well - FAB!
Everything, but for some reason it was nice to have a little less focus on shopping.And... things like this... " BECKY'S ONLINE BANK FOR GIRLS" get me laughing out-right!
Better man voices. Excitement. More intelligent, down-to-earth Becky.
Loved the story - as always. Sophie Kinsella just NEVER disappoints. This is one of my favorites in the series. And the new narrator handled the characters brilliantly! She is a little more grown up - in voice - than the previous - which makes perfect sense!
A few laugh-out-loud moments when Becky is preparing for Jess to sleep over.
She does LUKE just as well as Becky!!
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