Kafka's masterpiece. I am amazed that how many works - books and films - are being influenced by this novel. Beautifully narrated by Rupert Degas, very authentic sound unlike certain American narrations (namely George Guidall) diminishes the work. Pronouncement of K. as (Ka) is simply brilliant.
Seriously mind bending but fascinating book
From the.very beginning Kaf was such a laid back person only worried of what others could say or thought of him, with no back bone and it bothered me immensely
A great reading of the book. The narrator made me feel like I was in every scene, and made each character come to life with distinct voices for each one.