©1995 Nicholas Evans; (P)1995 Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, A Division of Random House Inc.
Unfortunately, as much as I like Peter Coyote's narration, the music was awful. It was distracting and often made it difficult to hear the narration. What are they thinking?!? When I need an audible book, my first search is for this narrator. I have also gotten some books both written and recorded by him. He is a real jewel.
I knew this was likely to be kind of smarmy but I loved it anyway. Not my usual fair but just what I needed at this time.
Enjoyed everything about the book. The audio was good ,but the times that the background music played, it was hard to understand the dialogue. Music not necessary.
This sounds like someone made a copy from a well worn cassette tape. You can't even tell it's Peter Coyote reading and he has such a wonderful voice to listen to. This should sound digital, and it does not.
This is one of my favorite books, and I had the recording of Peter Coyote's reading for years. I think my copy of the cassette tapes sound better than this recording.
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