Quite Perfect
These are wonderful. In general, the discussion of each story's texture and flavor is fascinating. Each reader convinces me that "his" favorite is the best, yes of course. In specific, the last one is absolutely amazing. Passion, humor, affection, grief -- I was as drawn to the reader as I was to the writer. I foresee many happy hours ahead over as yet unread stories.Read full review »
Alirixan via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/22/11
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Not happy reading. But a poignant and accurate window into the nightmare of dementia. Important reading for those who are caring for elderly parents.
WendySLO via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/01/11
Each episode has been fantastic! These stories really are gems and hearing them read aloud by contemporary authors makes them that much more engaging. It's also great to get a bit of critique and comment about each story. Keep it up, New Yorker, and thanks!Read full review »
C Dubz via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/09/08
I have really enjoyed these stories. This is definitely a five-star production except for the small criticisms voiced within several of these reviews which I will second: the podcasts are too infrequent, and they should be called the name of the short story featured. That aside, if you love...Read full review »
fleffula via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/01/09
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