What kind of environment shapes the creation of an artist? John Irving's new novel is deftly aided in this exploration by talented narrator Armando Duran. Juan Diego was a "dump kid" in Oaxaca, Mexico, with a crippled foot and a sister with mystical powers. Duran affects a friendly, curious tone as ... more »
Simon Winchester has narrated his own books for years, and if his British accent sounds more throaty these days (he recently turned 71), it just gives him more authenticity as a well-traveled polymath with a gift for weaving disparate stories. In PACIFIC--his portrait of the unimaginably vast ocean-... more »
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