The story is of course amazing. The narration is the best I've ever heard I put him right up there with Jim Dale as far as book readers go.
It is hard to imagine people living in such heart-breaking circumstances. The things this family had to do to simply survive are unimaginable.
I love to read and listen to books.
The people narrating the story.
Liesel,, because she was so sweet and accepting.
When all of Liesel's family was killed.
I liked the way the narration changed from liesels point of view to other people's point of view. This book wasn't what I was expecting it to be, but it was still good,& Rudy is my favorite character,favorite part is when liesel finally kissed Rudy.
Yes! It was a wonderful story, and the narrator did a splendid job voicing different characters in such a way that did not distract, but enhanced the performance.
The perseverance of the characters in the face of tragedy and injustice.
Tough question, but I think Lisel was my favorite.
Lisel - charming, hungry for learning, compassionate, innocent, fearless, and loving.
I had a feeling how it was going to end, and I was hoping for a different ending. I was wrong, but the ending was still satisfying even thought not as happy as I hoped for.
This story is entertaining and well-suited for audio. I enjoyed hearing the German words and the story told with the reader's inflections.
I really liked the story told from the German citizen perspective for a change. Made me think about the bigger picture for Germany. We usually hear about the Nazi or Prisoner perspective. I found this view enlightening.
Yes. The story is told by 'Death' personified. It is a wonderfully creative idea
Nothing. Narrator was wonderful.