|# of Units:||5 CDs|
|Length:||6 hours, 5 minutes|
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I rented this book based on 2 things: a previous listen to Circe, by Madeline Miller and read by Perdita Weeks (5 stars for both book AND reader), which of course mentioned Odysseus and encouraged me to learn more about him; and previous listens to Mark Bramhall (The Magicians trilogy) whose voice I really enjoy. Sadly, even Mr Bramhall's wonderful voice couldn't save this book and hold my interest; it is an interesting historical topic, but as written it's just tedious and overlong. I so hoped to like it.
<div><div><b>Charles Rowan Beye</b> is Professor of Clas­sics at Boston University. <br> <br><b>John Gardner</b> is a medieval scholar and major contemporary novelist.<br></div></div>