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Wish someone else had wrote this in a review, I guess I spent more time looking for a review and not enough looking at the length. Only two hours. It's not bad, but obvious well short on details amd explanarion that must be in the book. As for performance, the dialogue was often read in a soft voice, dramatic maybe but harder to hear and understand than most audiobooks. I would rather be able to listen to someone just read the book than act it out as an audio play. My fauly I should have paid closer attention to the description.
7 of 8 people found this review helpful
It's always difficult adapting a novel - what to keep, what to leave out, how to interpret character voices. This brought the beauty and the terror of the ice-crossing, and the complex relationship between Ai and Estraven, with a host of wonderfully living voices. Gorgeous. Gripping. Good show all around.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
No guns, no explosions, just concepts, snow, and writing. No more words are needed. none.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Confused, rushed, lacking depth or coherence, and with no development of characters. This was my first experience of Ursula Le Guin’s work: I have to believe it’s just a dreadful botch of an adaptation, because otherwise her ‘classic’ sci-fi status would be a joke.