Benjamin Dreyer's narration is as charming and witty as his writing. This will help anyone who is not passionate about words and language get through the sections of this audiobook that are long lists of commonly confused words or proper nouns that are difficult to spell correctly. On the other hand... more »
An ensemble cast narrates a splashy front-page story about British teens dying in Bangkok. Clichéd roles come alive, each with its own narrator. Susan Duerden is the reporter; her BBC tone is broken up by adept accents for Thai and Dutch characters and the spiraling despair of a woman turned from an... more »
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