Here is a tiny bit of what Noah says:
"Over the course of the audiobook, Stoliar also renders the voices of Zeppo, George Burns, Bob Hope, S.J. Perelman, Milton Berle, Mae West, George Jessel, Peter Sellers, Dick Cavett, and others, as well as more obscure Marx associates like Nat Perrin, Morrie Ryskind, and Nunnally Johnson. The familiar voices assure us of Stoliar's gift for vocal mimicry; I don't think anyone else has done as convincing an impression of Cavett, for instance. And on that basis, we know we can trust the Stoliar ear when it comes to voices we're not used to hearing. For Marxists like me, it's fascinating to learn what Perrin or Ryskind sounded like in casual conversation. And for anyone at all, it's highly entertaining to hear these priceless showbiz anecdotes come to life."
This is great praise indeed!
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