3.5 stars rounded up for the narration
I want to tie up Max Miller, and force him under torture, (with feathers and sex toys...and only
if he protests, of course) to narrate everything
on my favourites shelf. I love his voice and the way he uses it. Light and achingly vulnerable..or velvety smooth and sexy when it needs to be. His accents (Scots must be really difficult to pull off), excellent characterisations and completely unforced, relaxed style is brilliant.
Oh yes. The story? Perhaps not as emotionally charged as some of Lanyon's other books but hugely entertaining nonetheless.