It’s long, and I listen in the car, so it’s taken weeks, since I retired at the end of November and I’m just finishing it now, at the end of January. It’s a Dickens I had never read, and it’s a bit scattered. It takes ages to come into focus. But I have enjoyed it. I love his heart for humanity, I cared about the characters, I felt the horror of the murderer as he realizes he will never be free of his guilt, and I found his descriptions of the Ynuted States in the 1840’s incredibly illuminating. You see the roots of trumpism so clearly. The narrator does a brilliant job with accents and voices.
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