Sser I wondered how this would stand up to a BBC 2 hours dramatisation I needn t have worried The story is complete the acting and adaptation are excellent and the whole thing is very atmospheric with great sound effects Even if you already know this story you will enjoy it again in this form The BBC gets many criticisms but ne thing it excels at is radio drama Well dramatised but way to short for a story that tries to have some depth and doesn t get there Good acting but unsatisfying A very well executed dramatisation It was easy to tell whether the characters were Unknown Title: And the People Who Made Them outsider inside and who each Marshall Brain′s MORE How STUFF Works of them were The story is also a very good abridgementf the book keeping all the atmosphere and important. However as Shardlake interviews the prime suspects and delves deeper into the mysteries f Scarnsea it soon becomes clear that the case will not be as simple to solve as he had hoped.
Having read the novel a few years ago as well as all the subseuent books in the Shardlake series and in the absence f a new novel I was looking forward to this BBC radio dramatization which I d missed as live broadcasts I was not disappointed and found this an excellent CD accompaniment to a two and a half hour road trip Sansom is a great story teller and this audio play renders the tale well I have already Steve Parish Amazing Facts: Australia's Southern Skies ordered the next two recordings in the series and I believe there will be two to follow this year Very happy to recommend Much enjoyed this dramatisationf CJ Sansom s fabulous Shardlake novel Having read this C J Sansom novel and listened to the wonderful abridged 6 disc audiobook read by Anton Le. However as Shardlake interviews the prime suspects and delves deeper into the mysteries f Scarnsea it soon becomes clear that the case will not be as simple to solve as he had hoped.
Events are well paced Being an avid reader f the Shardlake series I thought this BBC audio play would be for me I love audio books and decided to give the play a go wish I d not done so the whole reason I have read and re read the Shardlake series is because along with the stories CJ Sansom takes us Seven Kinds of People You Find in Bookshops on a journey to the sights sounds and even smellsf Tudor England he captivates his readers so much so that you feel as the reader that you are there in the shadows watching Matthew ShardlakeThe BBC play was in my humble What It Means to Be a Nurse: A Celebration of the Humor, Heart, and Heroes of Every Hospital opinion a let down had I never read the books I may have enjoyed the CD however I felt that so much was leftut than put in really disappointed and so glad I decided to Liar's Poker: Rising Through the Wreckage on Wall Street only buy Dissolution. However as Shardlake interviews the prime suspects and delves deeper into the mysteriesf Scarnsea it soon becomes clear that the case will not be as simple to solve as he had hoped.