It,s about number 3
The love part .How they was able to have a baby..How each time he traveled and lost his shoes and clothes. How he came back, the fact that he enjoyed reading, the wedding
how his wife waited on him as a young lady and after he lost his leg. her unconditional love for him
him being in the look cage with no way out naked.
All of them.
The sex they always had, them loving coffe. how she was able to remember. How he was able to see in the future how he explained to the doctor about his pregnant wife about their son disabilty. How the doctor was very skeptical how did he know. how the doctor did not believe him, then decide to help the have a baby even after all the miscarriage.
I usually like stories about time travel, but his one was just too contrived for me.
I read this book at the recommendation of a friend and also because I had seen the movie. The story was a great read. It was well narrated and the characters were well developed.
It is a little confusing with the jumps back and forth in time if you don't pay attention to the story, but I followed it well enough.
Due greatly to the performers and the authors excellent phrasing, I felt like I was a fly on the wall in the life of two interesting, well-rounded, likable people. Unfortunately, the end smushes that feeling. There wasn't enough why and how for me. The journey was enjoyable even if the destination was less than desirable.
This book is fantastic and the narrators are superb especially the girl. I loved the lisp she gave to the young character. a brilliant concept . much much better than the movie which i quite enjoyed. Really loved the descriptions . Beautiful prose.
I loved this movie and heard from several people how good the book was, but I am not a fan of the audible version for sure! I don't like listening to the male's voice, it is like nails on a chalkboard...I didn't finish it, can't get thru it!
I was looking forward to this audio book, but as soon as it started I wanted to turn it off. The narrators voice is not right for this book at all. I still haven't been able to bring myself to finish it. For this one, I definitely suggest you read the book instead of listening to it.
This was a very special read - I was totally immersed in the story from the very first word. The narration by Fred Berman and Phoebe Strole was faultless. They brought the story to life and effortlessly carried the listening along, weaving back and forth through time with patience and passion. Audrey Niffenegger's detailed description and all encompassing use of language made this book an absolute pleasure. A love story for all romantics who believe that anything is possible.