Must You Go?

  • by Antonia Fraser
  • Narrated by Sandra Duncan, Gareth Armstrong
  • 11 hrs and 17 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Celebrated playwright Harold Pinter and critically acclaimed biographer Antonia Fraser lived together from August 1975 until his death 33 years later, on Christmas Eve 2008.
Must You Go? is an eccentric, hilarious, and often moving testimony of their life together, based partly on Antonia Fraser's own diaries and also her own recollections of their fascinating life together. It is, above all, a compelling love story.


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Customer Reviews

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Good writing; bad narration

This is a book I'm likely to enjoy more on paper than in audio. As a longtime Pinter fan, I'm interested in Fraser's story of their love affair and marriage, and the fact that the book is taken largely from her diaries makes it seem especially immediate. This narrator, though, reads nearly every sentence in an affected upper class drawl. It's tedious and distracting at first and finally really irritating to hear the simplest sentences delivered in an arch and condescending tone. This may be the was Fraser speaks, though I doubt it, but it makes for bad narration. I couldn't finish listening to the book, but I might buy the paperback when it's available.
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- Catherine

Very Moving Book

Would you listen to Must You Go? again? Why?

No Once is enough

Who was your favorite character and why?

the author. It is an autobiography

What about Sandra Duncan and Gareth Armstrong ’s performance did you like?

Both the same

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

`I liked the book but a single moment did not stand out

Any additional comments?

I promptly read her book Marie Antoinette, a Journey as I had read several of her previous books and liked them all

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-01-2010
  • Publisher: Whole Story Audiobooks