Collins—Episode Two hundred fifteen–Fishy!


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6 Responses

  1. annmarie says:

    I’m really enjoying TWIW. I’m glad this title was chosen, because I loved The Moonstone, and had never gotten around to reading this one.

    And Dracula! Wheeeee!! That’s going to be fun. I immediately flashed on Jonathan’s letter to Mina when he is talking about the recipe for Paprika Hendl. I’m going to try to find a good recipe for that to have when I am listening to that particular episode. Yummy!
    Of course, I usually listen in the car, so that could be a problem.

  2. Zoya says:

    Heather, I’m looking forward to Dracula and think doing a KAL at the same time is a brilliant idea as I usually knit while listening to your podcast.

  3. Barb Thames says:

    Heather, are you working on the recording for session 215 by any chance? I can’t get any of the links to track to the audio this morning. All of them are getting “not found.”

  4. Tobey says:

    wow- I also did not expect the action in this chapter. Wilkie Collins certainly has the skill as a writer to make it appear in front of me as if I was watching.

    Thank you for bringing us this book.

    And you are EVIL indeed for cutting us off at this point. It is soooo hard not to go get the next chapter and read ahead. I allowed myself to do that a while back to make sure the ending was worth the wait – and it is – but NO MORE.

    Never had the inclination to read Dracula, but with you leading the way I am thrilled to bite…

  5. This one caught me off guard. Here I am expecting to hear–“The men passed me and I gave each a stern nod, letting them know I did not approve…” I was not expecting such a sudden burst of action.
    And I am very excited to hear you will be doing Dracula! I love that book. Very unexpected! Nothing like the movies. Can’t wait!

  6. Katie Spears says:

    Hi! I thought I remembered you saying “Why hasn’t anyone made a movie of this?” in a recent podcast and I thought I’d let you know that there is a movie! It was made in 1997, however apparently it strays FAR from the book according to the Netflix viewer comments.