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What made the experience of listening to There Is a Road in North Dakota the most enjoyable?
Listening to the author speak with the various accents...and sing a song in German he learned in childhood.
Who was your favorite character and why?
His brother Sean was my favorite, maybe because I knew him. He was honest in his depiction of his brother, who was funny and endearing.
Any additional comments?
There were two places in the recording that skipped to a different part of the book, so I think I missed some of the book as it was written.
This was a great local book - especially if you live in North Dakota, or the upper midwest. I especially like that the author read the book - adds so much to the story. Sam has a great optimistic attitude and able to look on the bright side of life.
I'm not entirely sure what made me buy this, maybe it was because of the distant location which sounded both harsh and exotic. Mr McQuade narrates his own tale with faultless professionalism ( he has been a teacher - it shows ) and good humour. The anecdotes are by turns funny, moving and sometimes just plain weird. We follow him from North Dakota to France and large chunks of Europe in general, then back to the States and end up back in his home town,The timespan runs from the fifties through the sixties and seventies, with insights into the social upheavals of those turbulent times. A real joy - all the better for having no celebrities or star names distracting from an interesting life.
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