Narrator adds another level of dimension to World War I novel

published in the News and Observer and Charlotte Observer 7/17/16
The Summer Before the War: A Novel

3 thoughts on “Narrator adds another level of dimension to World War I novel

  1. Sue Schwartz on said:

    was not at all distracted by different narrators but when one narrator tries to do different voices for different characters, my interest in the story plummets and instead focuses on the voices. Some books , imo, are improved by audio narration. I love to hear Alexander McCall Smith’s books, even more than I enjoy reading them.

    • Susie Wilde on said:

      Just found comment notices in my Spam…am I the only one not getting notices! Yikes. At any rate, I agree with all. And Ma Ramotswe stories are one of my favorites. I also love Stephanie Plummer books that I never read, but adore listening to! Narrators can make all the difference!

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