Glittering, Tempestuous, Sad
OH probably the main character. He was so hapless. He couldn't catch a break. Made my heart break for him a bit.
The dinner scene in Portugal - because you'd be hearing about it all book and it finally came out!
Not very exciting - and not very dramatic. I suppose there's a twist at the end but its so long in coming and so drawn out that its hardly worth the 20+ hours of listening it took to get there.
Oh heavens no! I still love historical fiction - just not this book.
No this is my first - she was a good narrator - I'd listen to her again.
Yes. Good historical detail. Plot kept moving - good momentum. Killer ending. Great naration.
Stallin I think.
A mystery, inside a riddle wrapped up in an enigma.
Less predictibility...more complex story line....
Written for readers older than 10 years of age.
Intense eye rolling and thoughts of "I'm listening to this why exactly?"
Save your credi!
The narrator was fantastic! The story flowed, and was hillarious, smart - well writen. Since listening I have both read the book, recommended it...ok... INSISTED that my friends read/listen to it immediately, assigned it for book club and listened to it....AGAIN! Its that good and fresh, dramatic, creative and funny.
So many memorable moments that made me laugh out loud in the car...on the sidewalk...in the supermarket...got some weird looks.
Mi-6, meet the X-men. I DO hope and pray they make a movie of this book!
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