It is a testament to the strength of this book that I listened to all four downloads. The story is riveting, I learned a lot about Hungary before and during WWII and even though it's "another Holocaust" book, it's really, really good. However, the narration is awful. Mr. Morey's voice is a snooze fest. Worse yet, he mispronounces his Hebrew and German words and mangles some French ones...I don't know Hungarian so I can't comment there. It is a major pet peeve of mine when narrators don't take the time to ask someone who knows the language, how to pronounce the words - and Morey does this over and over again. This would have been a 10-star review with a different narrator.
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