Freedom

Jonathan Franzen, Author, David LeDoux, Read by
Jonathan Franzen, read by David Ledoux, Macmillan Audio, unabridged, 19 CDs, 25 hrs., $59.99 ISBN 978-1-4272-1049-4
Reviewed on: 09/27/2010
Release date: 08/01/2010
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When Patty and Walter Berglund's teenage son moves in with their conservative neighbors and their perfect life in St. Paul begins to unravel, out spill family secrets—clandestine loves, lies, compromises, failures. David Ledoux's masterly narration is powerful and well paced, comic and poignant. He expertly captures Walter and Patty—with her anxious whinny of a laugh—and their family life with its satisfactions and histrionics. Ledoux also deftly renders the gossiping of the Berglund's disingenuous neighbors; the frenetic rants of the drug-addled Eliza; and the weary, disaffected drawl of sleazy musician Richard. A Farrar, Straus, and Giroux hardcover (Reviews, July 5). (Sept.)
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