9 mai

Tehanu (Ursula K. Le Guin)

It might have been more enjoyable if not for the 1991 audiobook’s reader — it’s a good thing that production values have changed a bit since then — so I’ll skip giving it a note. Obviously, I appreciate the story and message (or what I assume the message would be if it weren’t undone by the final twist), but I do think the early nineties were capable of a little more subtlety?

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