Very enjoyable book touching on many emotional topics that managed to put a lump in my throat more than once. It was a feel good story and although I found parts predictable, it was still just the kind of story I was in the mood for hearing. I loved the narrator's voice and she did a tremendous job with the various roles.
I can't say enough good things about this book. Both the story of the twins born conjoined at the head in Ethiopia combined with the narrator's ability to read the story with such ease and a very beautiful voice. I will look for other books narrated by Sunil Malhotra. This book is a must listen to for that reason. I had the actual book, but couldn't get into it, when I actually purchased (full price I might add) the audible version I was hooked. I look for every excuse to plug in my ear phones to listen to what happens next.
A gripping tale. No different than any other Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series. I have read the whole series and have been enjoying the audible version and love the way Davina Porter does the narration. I heard that someone else does the narration on a couple of the books and am reluctant to listen to them!
I love George Martin's Game of Thrones, and as much as I loved the story line in this audible I found the narrator to mumble a bit more than I am able to listen to. There were times when I had to have the volume up quite high in order to hear what he was saying.
Having never read the book, only listened to the audio, I can't comment on the book, but will say the audio was fantastic and the narrator did an outstanding job on the characters. My only thought was when he was narrating someone that was supposed to be young, they sounded much older.
I couldn't stop listening to this book and often would just sit in my car to not want to stop.
The dry humor in throughout the book was the best.
I don't think there is any audiobook I would want to listen to all in one sitting!
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