Cosa ne pensano gli iscritti
A fascinating play brought sharply to life
This audiobook reminds me greatly of Equus, a startling and astounding play. This is a complex play where faith, science and belief come into conflict over a tragedy that takes place in a convent. Just what happened with Agnes, a young novice in the order? Where was God in it all? Was it divine or was it madness? Can her court appointed psychiatrist help uncover the truth? What will happen if she does?
The play has been perfectly produced and each character performed with competence and the depth required. They are so much more than stereotypes, but fully formed human beings.
No matter what your view on religion, this play will engage and entertain, perhaps confront you, and ask you to think about your own beliefs - and that's where it become a great piece of performance art.
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I FELT THERE WERE TOO MANY UNANSWERED QUESTIONS
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
MAYBE. IT WAS A PLAY. IT DID NOT TAKE TOO LONG TO HEAR, BUT NOT FOR EVERYONE.
Would you be willing to try another book from John Pielmeier? Why or why not?
I DON'T KNOW. I WOULD HAVE TO SEE WHAT IT WAS ABOUT. I WOULD NOT WANT A BOOK WITH SO MANY UNANSWERED QUESTIONS.
What about the narrators’s performance did you like?
THE SPEAKING WAS CLEAR BUT I DID NOT LIKE THE VOICE OF THE NARATOR.
If this book were a movie would you go see it?
I DID SEE THE MOVIE. AND IT LEFT JUST AS MANY UNANSWERED QUESTIONS.
Any additional comments?
THO IT WAS NOT A TOP READ I AM NOT SORRY I BOUGHT THE BOOK. I DID WANT TO KNOW IF THERE WAS UNANSWERED QUESTIONS IN THE MOVIE THAT THE STORY WOULD GIVE ME. IT DID NOT. BUT I WANTED TO KNOW JUST IN CASE. IF YOU HAVE SEEN THE MOVIE, IT TELLS YOU ALL THE PLAY WILL TELL YOU AND NO MORE.