A book that should be heard. The narrator took a few chapters to get used to or appreciate but overall it works with the tone of the book.
A classic. Could have been read better
This book takes a riveting journey of a Lithuanian man named Jurgis as he tries to make due in early 20th century Chicago. I truly believe that much of what Sinclair talks about in his book can be said true for what our world looks like today. I felt the story line flowed nicely, and the narrator read it well. I truly recommend this book to anyone who wants a glimpse of a time when America did not look so hot for "blue collar" workers.
Great book, however it felt like Sinclair couldn’t have given Jurgis a proper ending so he crammed in a communist propaganda pamphlet and called it good.
The narrator sounded like he was giving a college lecture instead of reading the book and a bit too monotone for my liking.
Narrator was great easy to listen
Good story shows how nothing much has changed the few becoming rich on the backs of the many
Should have known it was going to turn into some bolshevik propaganda piece near the end. Otherwise was good.
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