I would not know, but I generally prefer print editions. I get audio editions because I can "read" them during commutes and am able to read much more.
I have read many books about the Nazi period but this one is different from all the rest.
She did a fair job. I was occasionally confused about characters. I was annoyed by her mispronunciations of German words like Sichterheitspolizei. Why didn't she do her homework?
The leading character. A woman of strong passions who became an activist in a time and place when this was very dangerous.
I lived in Berlin for a couple of years in the 80's and heard a few stories about what ordinary Berliners experienced during the War. This book gave a glimpse into the complicated and difficult lives of those who were in the capitol city during those years.
I never consider audio editions better. Just different.
A complete upset of the normal pace of day and night changes everything in the environment and society. It is well thought-out and narrated from the point of view of a young girl.
When they discovered what had really happened to the girl's missing grandfather.
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