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Would you consider the audio edition of A Song of Africa: The Roots of Boko Haram to be better than the print version?
The audio version enhances the print version -- brings an extra dimension to the story.
What was one of the most memorable moments of A Song of Africa: The Roots of Boko Haram?
The way Mr. Wheatley wove the many flashbacks throughout the narrative.
What does Rosemary Benson bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Her ability to interpret numerous characters is admirable -- especially in view of so many male characters.
Who was the most memorable character of A Song of Africa: The Roots of Boko Haram and why?
Maureen's fate easily makes her a sympathetic character. Her relation to Paul, of course, is a determining factor in her fate.
Any additional comments?
My first encounter with Ronald Wheatley's writing was his “Elusive Dreams,” an extensive internet posting about his Peace Corps and Vietnam War experiences. I was captivated by his ability to craft a story. Several years ago, Wheatley's “A Song of Africa” reinforced my estimation of his linguistic skills. Recently, I had the pleasure of listening to Rosemary Benson's audio version of the book. Over two days, I enjoyed her narration as the plot and sub-plots developed. Her “staging” of the numerous characters enhanced the delight I gained from a compelling story -- “A Song of Africa: The Roots of Boko Haram.”
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