. Thank you for your reply. Yes, I too prefer non-fiction nowadays. I'm not sure about the answer to your question. Perhaps the difference is that, although we might not actually forget a fictional character, we do not need to concern ourselves sort of directly with him/her because we know he/she was not a real person. However, we can sympathise with the emotions of a person who has lived. I definitely agree with the point about the style of the writing.Quote
I do sometimes. However, I prefer non-fiction. But since the characters in the latter type of books are not really known to me, is there much difference if a character moves you? It definitely has to do with the style of the writing.
Yes, as I have probably mentioned before, she has been coming here for nearly ten years now and her voice is just right.Quote
So, audio and Braille does not have the same effect. Interesting. But your reader managed to make it work for you. Interesting too.