Silent House

Orhan Pamuk, Author, Robert Finn, Translator, Various, Read by
Orhan Pamuk, read by a full cast. Random House Audio, unabridged, 10 CDs, 12.75 hrs., $40 ISBN 978-0-385-36801-8
Reviewed on: 12/24/2012
Release date: 10/01/2012
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Nobel Prize–winner Pamuk’s spirited and spellbinding second novel, previously unpublished in English, follows a Turkish family as they come together in a fishing village outside Istanbul prior to a military coup in 1980. Narrated by a talented cast of performers, including Emrhys Cooper, John Lee, Jonathan Cowley, and Juliet Mills, this memorable audio edition proves to be an engaging production that will enchant listeners with its understated performances and superb pacing. Cooper and Lee are the true standouts, delivering stellar turns that resonate long after the final chapter. However, the entire cast is solid, its members boasting spot-on voices, dialects, and characterizations. This early work from Pamuk is brought to life—and fans will not be disappointed. A Knopf hardcover. (Oct.)
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