Narrator is awful. I literally can’t listen to it, he’s completely out of sync. Painful.
This was an interesting book. If you are going to tackle it, be warned that it goes into minute detail in order to better describe the writer's perceptions of life and thoughts during the set time. As well it is best to keep in mind the period of the writing itself. The concept and depiction of the arthurian era is humorous when contrasted with the myth but this is no way comedy. The narrator shows he is capable of imbuing this work with life and character in parts, but has generally kept to a fairly flat cadence in order to, I believe, further stress the storytellers ennui in face of the lack of intellectual stimulation he encounters in those around him.
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