There was so much going on with this book, but at no point did it ever feel overwhelming. This was an incredible WWII book with memorable characters who endure so much. The narrators did an amazing job bringing this story (all of them in this one book) to life.
Commuter and lover of audio books.
Awesome, Wordsmith, Adventure
I can always tell who is talking because each character has a different voice which is consistant throughout the book.
Yes. I spend too much time sitting in my driveway or in the parking lot at work, trying to eck out a few more minutes of this amazing story.
This book really helped me understand how good people can get sucked into believing lies when those lies are introduced at a time when people are vulnerable. I'm still listening to the book, but it is so good, I had to write a review now!
Loved everything about this book, especially the unique and sometimes surprising way the stories weave in and out. Beautifully narrated. At times, I felt I was there, but of course, so grateful I hadn't been.
Could depend on how the friend might feel about WWII themes, but I am not a major historian and enjoyed this book to no end.
It written with the same skill as other Picoult novels which is why I enjoy it because she is able to paint a very vivid picture in my opinion.
I like that the effort was put in to have several narrators and the accents were not distracting or hard to hear.
Not necessarily because I think its worth putting down and wondering how "the story" ends on your own time as well.
Loved the characters and the ending was heart wrenching in my opinion. Its long but didn't feel like it because none of the characters stories were boring and were paced appropriately.
I found the first couple chapters a little slow and I had a hard time getting into it at first. But once the story got underway I had a hard time putting it down. I enjoyed the different view points of the story and the twists throughout. What an amazing story. Would highly recommend. I enjoyed how the different characters stories were narrated by different people.
I just finished this and have a loss of words for exactly how it left me feeling. The story was very powerful and very emotional. I may need to spend some time reflecting on thos one.
The Storyteller is a wonderful story. It's full of love and loss. The performance was perfect. Each narrator did a fantastic job of the reading their character.
"I loved everything about this audio book. The story will influence how I view ethical dilemmas in the future."
The book shows me how it is possible to convince good people to believe bad things through lies and preying on weaknesses and using opportunity. It is a great book to read during the political times the USA is experiencing now. To remind us that truth may be elusive and is very personal.