I have no idea who at Penguin Audio approved this. I know Sarah Le Fevre (who reads the book) is a regular; I have heard her many times. The woman cannot imitate any accent (particularly not deep southern American from Georgia), or any other voice other than her own. The audio book suffers tremendously because of Sarah’s handicapped slurring every time there is someone else speaking other than the author or Annie, who could be considered the main character; Sarah gives them her voice, although she should not, as the author is attempting multiple characters and tries to keep their voices strong throughout the story.

In summary, although the greatest advantage of an audiobook is that you can listen to it almost everywhere, walk, carry bags, and still enjoy, this one becomes annoying and you go on listening only because of the above mentioned advantages.

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