this is a tale is told in a way that makes the sad story an adventure of a lifetime. my favourite element was the storytelling, the use of expressions and dialect made the story feel familiar and real. I loved how it all plays out, our doomed protagonist truly is wondrous like the great tragedies of the Greeks.
I listened with awe to this imaginative book. The occasional switch to Spanish made it all the more authentic. I liked it so much that I was disappointed when it ended.
I was not into the male narrator's voice. It just didn't do it for me. Something too arrogant and cocky about his narration. Or maybe it's just the story.
I enjoyed the female narrator's voice. It was easy to listen to and understand. She made the female characters that she narrated sound really intriguing, and I wanted to know more about them. Not so much with the male characters, including Oscar.
It might be better as a movie.
Narrator was outstanding and made me want to finish the book. I enjoyed the author's integration of other classical and popular literary works that kept me researching and learning throughout the book.