I thoroughly enjoyed this presentation. I loved Emma's adventure trying to find the love of her life. As a sequel this book strove to answer questions asked in the first book of the series.
The story was not as good as the first book but it would have been fine if it were not for the terrible renditions of American accents especially by the woman.
This portion of the tale is no less intriguing than the first and takes place during and shortly after WWII. When it comes to the British line of inheritance, we begin to see just how skewed the thinking was back in the day. Again, the story is presented from several points of view. We see more “bad” guys with a smattering of “good” guys, heartbreak and hope. Now onto #3. 5 stars.
The author does such a great job of building the characters. We are now on the 3rd book and plan on listening to each one so we know just how everyone's storylines play out. You will find yourself cheering for Harry and Emma and loathing Hugo. There is also humor and intrigue. Five stars for both the first two books!!!
The reading of this book in the different voices was unnerving.
Also the story was weak and predictable - Jeffrey archer should have stopped being a novelist when he went to prison- where he got bumped in the head one too many times and started writing horrible drivel.
This was a great book , hard to put down, but I preferred the narrator from book one, The Clifton Chronicles. Left hanging by the ending, as in book one.