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Isabel's mind's tendency to stray made this story line too slow.
Back to Bertie for me!
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I enjoy the musings of Isabel Dalhousie. I do understand that readers either love or hate the Sunday Philosophy Club Series. When I learned there was a new book, I could hardly wait to get it. Reading the book, I feel as if I have just stopped by Isabel’s house for a cup of tea and a chat.
Isabel has had another child, a boy named Magnus. Charlie is now four years old. Isabel is again involved in solving problems. This time with Bea, who is sort of a local matchmaker. She is trying to bring together a cosmetic surgeon and a banker and discovers a problem which she wants Isabel to fix. Isabel has her usual philosophical ruminations.
The book is almost eight hours long. One of my favorite female narrators, Davina Porter, narrates this series. She did a magnificent job with the narration. Porter is a classically trained stage actor from Scotland and in this book her slight Scottish accent comes through. I have listened to Porter narrate books for over twenty years. She has a beautiful voice and is a master of various dialects and accents. She has won over nineteen Audiofile Earphone Awards, the Golden Voice Award as well as the 2006 Audie Award for Best Female Narrator.
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