The variety of readers, the intricate story line, the character development, and the humanness of the characters made this story highly enjoyable! In addition, the detailed information about what daily life was like for Jews in the camps was astonishing. I haven't finished it yet, so I hope the ending is as satisfying as the 'stories within a story'. In any case, I am never disappointed in Jodi P.'s writing.
I liked the blend of past, present, romance and fantasy - The Holocaust years written in such detail, the present with Sage and Leo, and the vampire/werewolf.
I liked the way the reader simultaneously portrayed Sage's vulnerability and strength.
I am enjoying this story so much that I don't want it to end.
The theme is similar to books written by Kate Morton. I enjoy reading books that span 20 to 50 years. This one had a neat little twist.
It's near the top. I love Jodi Picoult's writing.
I loved the sensitivity of the topic and I felt it was authentic.
She read the story well, and her voice was right for the audiobook.
I thought the ending was not so realistic. If I remember correctly, another of Jodi's characters ended similarly. Why do the kids with special needs die of a completely unrelated incident?
Not at all
Annoying voice with inaccurate intonation and accents
The story was difficult to follow, and the characters were poorly developed.
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