Three Girls and Their Brother

Theresa Rebeck, Author, Cassandra Campbell, Read by, David Drummond, Read by Tantor Media $34.99 (0p) ISBN 978-1-4001-0643-1
Rebeck's engaging tale of the Heller sisters, three young women whose quick rise to superstardom after a New Yorker photo shoot, is a witty, insider look at the world of celebrity. However, narrators Cassandra Campbell and David Drummond butcher the novel with absolutely brutal performances that are at once over-the-top and completely uninspired. Campbell, reading predominantly female roles, is drier than happy hour at the Betty Ford Center. Her characters are flat, one-dimensional, and downright boring; her awful attempt at a British dialect is laughable at best. Drummond's reading is equally as tired and over pronounced; his characters are unbelievable and his voice grates. A disappointment and disservice to Rebeck's dazzling novel. A Shaye Areheart hardcover (Reviews, Dec. 24).
Reviewed on: 03/17/2008
Release date: 03/01/2008
Genre: Fiction
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