The Glassblower of Murano

  • by Marina Fiorato
  • Narrated by Cristian Solimeno, Kate Magowan
  • 7 hrs and 19 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A wonderful combination of mystery, historical intrigue, and love, written by an English/Venetian author, which tells a story of passion, genius and betrayal linking the present and the past.
Nora Manin decides to leave her fractured life in London to start again in Venice, and there begins to unravel the story of her ancestor, Corradino Manin, the greatest artist of glass that the island of Murano ever produced.


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Customer Reviews

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Will not keep you awake at night

I found that the story itself was quite interesting, but found the narration and the writing rather simplified and not very sophisticated for my taste for such an historical topic such as Venice, Murano and the Doges palace. For me, the male narrators mild English regional accent, modern style and tone struck me as slightly bizarre, bearing in mind that he was talking about Italians in the 1500's, although the style in which the novel is written partially forced this I think. He does put on an Italian accent for the characterizations. Very light listening, will not keep you awake at night.
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- Ligs

Average at best

a passable novel but the music and male narrator are very irritating. I wouldn't recommend it.
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- Claire

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-11-2009
  • Publisher: Audio Rights Solutions