Maybe, I don't tend to re-read anything.
Just following the characters through life. Being happy for them and sad with them and even disappointed in their decisions.
Sam and Joe were equally enjoyable. I really felt myself rooting for them to succeed.
This book made me laugh and cry.
A great book and a great narration. It was long so it lasted awhile but not boring. The information about the comic books was interesting too. I was hesitant to download because I'm not a comic book fan, but Im so glad I did this book was about so much more. I did have to make sure I was paying attention or else I would get lost and miss transitions.
Hearing the story from multiple view points. Feeling love and fear, anger and joy for the characters.
All the narrators were top notch. They made the story come to life
there were many moments that moved me. I cried several times listening to this book.
I saw some reviews that questioned the "vampire" part of the story. I wonder if these people listened all the way through and I realize that it doesn't make sense reading reviews but just trust me, it does. This story was beautiful. There are some very painful things that happen to the characters (stories of concentration camps), but isn't that was reading a book is about? Having empathy for the characters and feeling their joys and sorrows?
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