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JOHN CHANCELLOR MAKES ME CRY

by | Read by Dana Ivey

Biography & Memoir • 3 hrs. • Anthology • © 1994

This is the first book of personal essays by novelist Anne Rivers Siddons. These eleven essays give a glimpse into the author's life in Atlanta. Ivey ably captures the soft accent and measured cadence of a Southern lady. Her voice is very soothing, and she reads gracefully at a gentle pace. Ivey's competent delivery is not enough to thoroughly engage the listener, however. The problem lies in the material. Although the essays are somewhat interesting, their topics, such as a trip to New York City and finding a stray cat, are rather mundane. These may be more enjoyable read rather than heard. A.A.B. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: JULY 95]

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Formats

Retail • Harper Audio • 1994

CS ISBN 0694515027 $17.00 • Two cassettes

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