Book pak Books on Tape 2000
CS ISBN 0736655069 $168.00 Twenty-one cassettes
Donada Peters is always an excellent choice to narrate lengthy or complex nonfiction books. Her talent for phrasing, pace, and pronunciation helps the listener organize and understand the material better. Peters aptly conveys the author's sympathy with Mary Baker Eddy while yet maintaining a general interest and historical perspective. Gill argues that Mrs. Eddy (1821-1910) was one of the most powerful women in America at the turn of the century. She traces in great detail Mrs. Eddy's transformation from a frail, impoverished widow and divorcee to the revered founder of the Christian Science Church and a national newspaper. Once again Donada Peters proves herself to be a talented and indefatigable reader. P.G. © AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine [Published: OCT/ NOV 01]
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