De Campo delivers the text of the book at a deliberate pace that gives the heavy content room to breathe, without getting so spacy that I'm left waiting. A narrator is only as good as the author, however, and I don't think I'd recommend listening to someone who didn't have the truly striking pictures in the print book to refer to.
More folks need to read of these stories, and I believe that De Leon is writing toward that end. He is certainly working in that direction with this piece.
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