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Publisher's Summary

"The Irish R.M." refers to a series of books by the Anglo-Irish novelists Somerville and Ross. They are set in the turn-of-the-20th-century west of Ireland. The humor in the audiobook is greatly enhanced if the listener has a broad understanding of the history of Ireland's relationship with England, and how Ireland was governed, as well as the Irish country way of life. The show is, however, not political, although caricatures of Irish and British people are used for humorous purposes.
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The narrator was just right, he did not overdo it. The stories speak for themselves.

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A wonderful book that is brought to life by the narrator. He doesn't really do different voices, which is why I took one star away, but he still makes the stories come to life. I could imagine that I was really sitting and listening to Major Yeates tell me this reminiscences, and the stories are often hilarious and sometimes touching.