Olive Kitteridge

Elizabeth Strout, Author, Sandra Burr, Read by
Elizabeth Strout, Author, Sandra Burr, Read by Brilliance Corporation $36.95 (0p) ISBN 978-1-4233-5003-3
Reviewed on: 03/24/2008
Release date: 03/01/2008
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Strout's tale of an aging schoolteacher too obsessed with the deterioration of her little town of Crosby, Maine, to realize the problems plaguing her own life, is read with vigor by Sandra Burr. Burr's reading makes Strout's characters rich and wonderful in every way, bringing a well-rounded originality to each one. As Olive, Burr's voice slips into a nagging, aged groan that seems perfectly suited for the central character's downtrodden personality. As Olive's husband, Henry, Burr is understated yet powerful. She understands this poignant tale so entirely that her reading becomes reality for the listener. There is a certain melancholy that infects this story, and Burr is poised to capture and relate it to her audience. Simultaneous release with the Random House hardcover (Reviews, Dec. 10).
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