Using "Loose Lips" as her point of departure, Berlinski's entirely new story of love and espionage is both a suspenseful spy drama and an arch comedy about romance. Unabridged. 6 CDs.
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by Claire Hajaj
by Yolanda Joe
by Spencer Quinn
by David James Poissant
by Claire Messud
by Claire Zorn
by Roxanne St. Claire
"Susan Ericksen's narration of LION EYES is clear, but like the story itself, unremarkable. Berlinski's plot develops primarily through email correspondence. While a reader would likely skim repetitive information--time of email, "to" and "from" address, subject line--the listener is subjected to Ericksen's repeating this information time and again. The effect is like listening to a document rather than a story. In addition to structural issues, the plot is thin and overly detailed. Secondary characters add fluff rather than substance. Story events seem happenstance and fail to rise to an emotional crescendo. While Ericksen's narration is adequate, the listening experience as a whole is disappointing. D.J.P. (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"
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