Audrey Niffenegger has written a most wonderful book of love that knew of no time as it's boundaries. The Narrations done by William Hope and Laurel Lefkow makes the story seem so real as if this is something that had really happen. love every second of this wonderful Audio book.
I'm a teen; my favorites series are Outlander by Diana Gabaldon and Twilight by Stephene Meyer.
This books was captivating and very original. I haven't read much about time traveling but this was interesting from start to finish.
IT IS A LITTLE CONFUSING AT FIRST, BUT THE STORY IS WRITTEN BEAUTIFULLY. I FELL IN LOVE WITH THE CHARACTERS, I WAS NOT EVEN DISAPPOINTED WITH THE ENDING?????
Not my favorite book. I enjoyed the first half of the book quiet a bit actually but the second half was kind of depressing and hard to get through.
Counselor with eclectic taste, I enjoy all types of fiction, dark, strange and twisted things, humor and explicitly.
It started a little ho-hum but wow, as the story unfolds s I was enthralled. I enjoyed the writer’s character development and depth and the narration was well paced and toned. Although the story’s time line varies, significantly back and forth in time it is not difficult to follow. I highly recommended this book; it has much more depth and emotion than the movie ever could have possibly touched.
I was looking forward to this book. Time traveling has always intrigued me, even as a kid I loved The Time Machine and A Wrinkle in Time. This book, though, did not wow me. There were interesting parts, but I wanted to love it and didn't. I also was annoyed that some parts seemed to not make sense at the end. Oh well, I know many people love this book, and I guess I am glad I gave it a listen. The narrators were good. I agree with other reviewers about being surprised that the author chose to use such raw language in the sexual parts. The language didn't really bother me, but I didn't think it fit or even see the point of it.
You will love this book. Niffenegger comes up with an interesting twist to time travel that I really liked. Be prepared for this story to bring you to tears.
I had seen the movie first but had heard that there was a different ending to the book. It's like comparing apples to oranges. In the book you get to know the characters inside and out. In the movie there is so much missing. No affair, no missing feet, and no background of the characters. It did help me however to put a face to the characters. At times I was flushed when I listened and at the end a bit teary. I had grown attached to these characters and couldn't believe it was the end. It didn't have more sex than a Jackie Collins novel. I think it went to show how connected these characters were. I liked how you knew how old each character was in real time. This one is a keeper in my book.
Just a quick note: As the story began I felt it was "chick lit", but I was soon absorbed in the tale. The book weaves in all the details the film version cut.
A book that switches about 100 times or so back and forth in time and still manages to keep you captivated and following the story. And what a wonderfull lovestory this is. Told from the perspective of both the 'time traveller' and his wife (very well narrated btw), it follows both characters from birth till death. And even though the end is coming a mile away, you are left wanting more of this bittersweet tale of love, longing, passion, despair and ingeniousness. Because how would you deal with it if you would be snapped up in your time and space and just dropped somewhere else, completely naked....and also reliving the death of loved ones time and again when you are being dragged to that place/time ever so often.