This is an excellent book. I haven't seen the film adaptation,and if I do I'll approach it as a separate work. Ever since Agatha Christie, books have been mangled in these adaptations. I've never been involved in the film industry, so I can't judge such practices, but I suppose there are justifications for them, but their ethics are obviously questionable. However, there's no question that in seeing the films and ignoring the original books, the consumer misses the creative genius of the author. In this case, that's sad.
I went back and forth between the audio book and the physical book. Mainly because the narrator’s choices for certain characters kind of got on my nerves. But there were so many different voices that they had to do that I can cut her some slack.
I also wanted to read this before the series finale on HBO and I’m both pleasantly surprised and disappointed that the show and book at so vastly different. I didn’t enjoy the ending but it was a very realistic ending.
Boring. Just boring.
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