I can't really say because I only got 5 hrs in and that was too much
What is the genre of a book like this ... vampires ???
Anybody would have been better
This book was one of the best books I have listened to yet. The narration as well as the storyline was fantastic. The book gave me a better understanding of the Holocoust (informative) and what happened during that time. I could not put my earphones down, even snuck them into work because I had to finish the book. I would recommend this book highly.
I just finished reading Ken Follet's Winter of the World and this was another interesting angle on the same subject.
Ken Follet - Dangerous Fortune.
Yes - I like Jodi's work although I find I need to take a break between novels.
None. All Characters were necessary - but I did feel the performer doing the Grandmother was right. She is very good but just didn't make me think of the grandmother - perhaps to young to be the grandmother.
Loved the book. Felt sad to be finished!
Definitely in the top 5!!
I listen to audio books during my 2 hour commute. This book made me want to keep driving!!
I loved it so much, I told anyone who would listen to read, listen to, or both!! Jodi Piccoult's best so far!!
It took me quite a while to get into this book. Not until they started telling the stories of Joseph and Minka did the story really begin comming together. After that, Sage's story became more interesting as well.
this book was magnificent. it has it all - food, horror, mystery, romance - just don't read it if you cannot handle hearing some of the more tragic details of the holocaust (it was hard to read several places, i wasn't sure i could make it through, but am glad i did).
This book gets you from the start. One of the best listens in a long time. I have been a member of Audible for 10 years and this book is definitely in my top 10
did not read the printed version.
I did not expect the book like this from my favorite author. It is so different from the others! BUT: It is absolutely GREAT!!!! Of course it is very heavy, not a "summer read" but it is so well done! I was born in Poland and this subject is not foreign to me. I have read many books about Auschvitz survivers. This book is so captivating, so well written - and so, it is valuable to the young generations... I have read all Jodi's books, whereas many were my favorites, this one sticks out with its severity and a serious content, it is a heavy load, yet absolutely worth reading!!!! It brings me the recollection of "The Schindler's List"....
Honesty, likelihood that this is a true story...It reads like a real recount of historical events, but one feels to be part of it....
It was OK, but the book's content overshadowed the narration. Probably it was good, since it was such a pleasure to listen!
I almost did!!!! I have read it in 2 days (or less).
Yet another splendid book by Jodi Picoult! Do not miss out on this one!
Jodi has the stories you dont forget. Amazing writer. Every time I read another Picoult, I find another favorite! How do you do it Jodi???
It was fairly easy to take a break..but I really looked forwards to my "book time". A really good book.
I'm not one to re-listen to books, but with The Storyteller, I would find myself replaying chapters at a time. The story is very moving and the dialogue completely captures you.
No spoilers, but the ending is beautiful, haunting and both gives you closure, but also illuminates possibilities of the storylines left unwritten.
All of the characters were interesting - the thing about Jody's books are that her people are so multi-dimensional. This makes them unpredictable and in this case, the story more wrenching. Minka's voice stands out. incredible, the nuances, accent and inflection were flawless.