Perry’s No Take on the Tattooist of Auschwitz #RichardArmitage


As of this moment, I don’t think I’m going to listen to this, though I will probably buy it when I get my next credit from Audible. I just don’t do Holocaust lit anymore, but I think I’ll wait to read what some other fans have to say about it before I decide. Maybe the reviews and comments will convince me that it will not be as difficult for me as I think.

Unlike a few of the other recent audio gigs Richard Armitage has given us, I think this book, which is a current best-seller and well reviewed, is a great opportunity for him to reach a wider audience, and maybe another Audie nom.

Meanwhile, things have been more quiet than usual here because I was enjoying a vacation on the beautiful Pacific Ocean beaches of Mexico, where I had only my smart phone to keep me in the loop – and with iffy wi-fi to boot.


New Projects #RichardArmitage portrays a Jew

story here.  Thanks to the RA German Board for the photos and Guylty for the links.

One way or another, Richard Armitage can’t get away from tattoos.

Alas, this might be the only work of his I pass on. I’m off Holocaust works. But, we’ll see.

I think this is only the second time we’ve seen him in red.
I thought I recalled another one out there without a shirt, but if so, I couldn’t find it.