I loved this book and the narrator was wonderful. I know this is also a movie and I want to see it, but I'm glad I've listened to the book first. It did make me cry alot though.
Definitely recommend, but probably more of a female read.
Alot of the reviews criticise the narrator, but I thought he was pretty good. I did grimace everytime he said "wheapon" instead of weapon, or "awhare" instead of aware, but other than that, he did a good job.
I thought the story was pretty good too. In fact, I wouldn't mind reading more in this series, if there is a series.
Somewhat. Too much emphasis on the negative. I don't think I would want to read a book that Morris wrote.
Maybe, but I have listened to books from Audible that I never would have finished in book form and mostly enjoy them.
The passages from Sarah's diary
I hope Colin Firth will become a regular reader. His voice is exceptional.
Enjoyed the latest of this series as much as the other books by Louise Penny.
The reader is superb and the stories spellbinding. I have listened to several of the books again to be sure I did not miss anything.
We had enjoyed reading all the prior stories but were very disappointed in this version and did not finish listening to the complete book. Too many names, caves and references to books that were published years ago. Very disappoining.
It took a bit to get into this book, but it's definitely worth hanging in there. I loved the voice of the narrator! A really wonderful book!!
What a wonderful way to see into the past. A different view of the war showing such human emotion and moral conflict.
Very cleverly done by telling the story thru the eyes of the boy and also his mother. Sad, happy, and everything in between.
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