|# of Units:||16 CDs|
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This story flips back and forth between modern times and civil war days. The civil war storyline would have been a great book by itself. The flipping back and forth in time was more of an annoyance than an asset to the story, but all in all it was still an enjoyable read. Pay attention when listening to the last disc, as it can get a little confusing at the climax.
Have to agree with "Arlington". I also am on disk 4; I am having a wait til the next shipment comes which is annoying and I understand will be different in the future. I found this story hard to get into . . . and some of the language I also found rough, esp. with the car windows open. I'll keep at it, hoping it gets better.
Back to Wando Passo, interesting… I'm only on disk 4 of 20 or something and I'm not sure what to make of it. I'm a bit of a litterateur snob and some of the language, I find a bit crude, however the descriptions are beautiful and illustrative. My friend, who was subjected to disk one and two tolerated the narration, describing it as a romance novel, however he was not complementary about the execution of the dialogue. I'm going to keep listening, it's good for commuting and relaxing.
Payne was born in London. He is a stage actor.