The patrician Bevan family clings to British tradition while wrestling with taxes, tree blight, and family skeletons.
Rory, the youngest son, runs a business that rents out the grand mansions for weddings and tours to help the owners pay upkeep on their dilapidated estates. Enter Maggie, an American TV journalist sent to London to do an expose on the aristocracy. She hires Rory to get her access to the most private families. The two immediately clash, bickering until a romance springs up where it seemed least likely.
A delightfully funny love story exploring loyalty and family, Hunting Unicorns is ultimately about having the courage to risk everything in the pursuit of what really counts.
"[Pollen] hits the spot every time with her funny and frank observations of modern London life." (Sunday Times [London])
"This two-voice reading works quite well. Cazenove, who can sound tetchily upper crust with the best of them, brings a world-weary drawl to his interpretation. De Cuir is up-tempo and admirably quick with the zingers that pierce Rory's reserve." (AudioFile)
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I wish it had all been as good as the best parts
Possibly the most irritating American narrator.
Not really. Mediocre story....Ghastly narration....especially the American girl and Dwight...Just awful...truly grating.
Nasal high pitched whining girl's voice....The British narration was fine.