This is a story about various forms of bonds. It is about power over, love, resistance and submission.
The twins! How they were there for each other. How they held each other accountable.
No. There's something unique in his voice.
Don't know but the story definitely educates one on the issue of torture.
This was a tough read for me. I wondered why I kept listening at various points. Something about it did not let me give up on it.
Pulled into the story immediately, held my interest, insightful, funny and I didn't want it to end.
Actually, I appreciated all of them...lively bunch.
Tone...good lively energy.
Surprised to find no other books with him as narrator.
Find I don't want to select one.
I was surpised that it deals with deep issues...
The different characters, how she blends rather weaves facts into fiction, the narrator does a wonderful job switching between characters and the story is a different take on a familiar aspect the plot. Looking forward to the next book. Don't think I want it to be the last but hope she doesn't over do a good thing.
The little boy.. sharp, smart, quick and articulate.
Can't say except I think there should of been a second reader. There were too many characters besides the main two, for one person.
I understood at the end that "Shadow" refers to a who and it made perfect sense. Won't change it.
Even though I suspected who was responsible early on wasn't completely sure but never suspected how the ending unfolded.
Yes, that was the second reason why I decided to listen to the book. I prefer Phil's performance on other books more than this one but maybe with someone else it would of worked.
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