Originally Posted by BenG
My favorite Connie Willis audiobook is To Say Nothing of the Dog, narrated by Steven Crossley.
It's another Oxford time travel book, this time to the Victorian era (with side trips to Coventry during the Blitz), but it's a light comedy rather than the tragedy of the Doomsday Book. It takes it's title from Jerome K. Jerome's comedy about a trip down the Thames Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog).
One of my favorite books in any form.
I plan to try reading that one since my library has the ebook and I don't have it as an audiobook yet.
Originally Posted by DianNC
I LOVE the Connie Willis books read by Katherine Kellgren! IMO, she's just a joy to listen to.
I also loved the disclaimer by Connie at the beginning of All Clear
-- "If you haven't read Blackout yet, you need to stop listening to this right now!"
Made me smile
Maybe a different narrator will help. *fingers crossed*
Originally Posted by Marrella
I agree. I have some books on my wish list at Audible just because she narrates them.
One of my favorites of hers is Among Others
by Jo Walton, but I could listen to her reading Blackout/All Clear
To Say Nothing of the Dog
narrated by Steven Crossley is very good, too, but I really fell in love with the characters of Blackout/All Clear
Maybe different characters will help too, I didn't care for or about Kivrin in The Doomsday Book.