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This is just awful. I've heard its a great story, but get the other version. Imagine if Casey Kasum and a boring old preacher reciting bible verses had a baby. That's how this guy reads it. His voice is okay, but his cadence is so bad, that its a waste of money to buy this, because you won't listen to the whole thing. Theres another version that's a few bucks more. Go for that one.
I got, perhaps 10 minutes into the story before stopping it. The Narrator is very difficult to listen to. He recites the story rhythmically as if it were poetry (which it's not), offers no characterizations, and has some very irritating vocal habits (like a very bizarre pacing of the word "and"). It's absolutely maddening!
I'd recommend looking for a recording with a different narrator, if possible.
Mother and catlover
Don't know, I didn't read the print version.
I really liked the consistency of the characters, even though some of their actions were really unlikable! I like the overall, (lesson?) theme.
I just didn't like the narrator's overall feeling
I liked when the friend died, despite the fact that that sounds negative. It was part of the reality.
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