Very interesting plot and psychological probe of the Indian mind. Takes contemplation to understand the underlying morality of the story.
I much prefer Rubenstein as the reader of the Deleward books. Don't enjoy this reader nearly as much which makes a big difference in the enjoyment of the book.
Story line is too close to Hunger Games and Harry Potter. Fun to read but too replicative.
although this book has had some bad reviews I found it to be a touching and compelling story even though I do not like to read anymore about the holocaust. It causes me too much distress. Picoult did a remarkable job of telling the story and I got a kick of how she ended it.
What a wonderful story. Well written, well told and it holds the reader in suspense to the last. Of course it has a happy ending, but could easily have a sequel. Highly recommended and I am happy I found a new author.
I would recommend. Great story with lots of twists and turns and psychological analysis
James Burke writes using wonderful descriptions, adjectives and a complete and vast expanse of vocabulary.
This book is not worthy to be proclaimed as literature. The writing is jerky, unconnected and entirely without merit. Further, the language and references in the book are gender, religion and race denigrating. I wasted my money on this book and would not recommend it to anyone.
Wonderful plot. Wonderful characters. Great read and listen.
I did not enjoy this particular book because it was shallow in content, used way too much descriptive sexual activity that just seemed to be thrown in without much advancement of the plot.
Did enjoy the development of the main characters.
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