If there were a book written about Scott Peterson, this would be comparable
All of them - how weird Amy was. Loved it.
You betcha! I think my husband wanted those earbuds out!
The entire book - I was on the edge of my seat and kept changing my mind as to who was guilty.
Top of my list
Annie's break through
At first I didn't think I would enjoy the different narrators but I ended up loving all of them.
Kevin Pariseau did an excellent job telling THE most complete book of WWII. I have read a lot of books on this subject but none have been as complete and Winds of War. I loved how Herman Wouk made every segment of the war come alive... from Germany, Poland, Italy, to the Pacific... it seemed as though ever country involved in the war had it's story told. This is a long book..... but very worth listening. At the end I was disappointed not to know what happened to Natalie so now I'm listening to the sequel and enjoying it as much as this one. Herman Wouk is a an excellent author.
Natalie - the adventures she took and risks.
Pug Henry - because he was such a man.
Rhoda Henry - because she was so flighty.
Natalie's uncle - Aaron Jastro
Pug Henry - he's calm, cool and collected man who met a lot of the players in the war. He was so impressive, yet unimpressed by himself.
If you enjoy WWII, this is a must read.
I think I would rather read than listen if I had to do it again.... or maybe listen and read.
Mercedes - such an innocent victim.
When Edmund got out of prison.
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