I love when the author reads their own books. Especially with his british accent!!
The girl that he meets at the end of the lane. Or maybe his sister
Yes, this was good but not my favorite book
The name is perfect for the story
I was hoping for more "adult" themes in the book. Gaiman does not typically write adult themed books and there is a section of risque but not to sound smutty but I would like to see him, with his wild, wonderful imagination brooch upon more adult themes. They do not have to be risque but I thought it might be more intellectual or so. Nonetheless, it was a wonderful listen and left me smiling and enjoying that I still have the place for imagination.
Maybe, I don't really relisten/reread books but I would consider it to follow more of the historical points.
Yes I thought it was well read and well animated
William Franklin's mother and her trials in the time of matriarch power
I really enjoy historical fiction and I was keen with the way they portrayed the relationships that Franklin and Anne had. It was tasteful and not smutty. I also liked the sprinkling of historical points in the story. My favorite part was the ending and learning about Benjamin and William's relationship in connection to the Revolutionary War.
It was time well spent but I found myself easily distracted and not able to pay attention to the story line.
Her voice has a wonderful warmth.
I love historical fiction but this was one of my first biographies. I would rank it pretty high because it made me want to research more books about WWII and also biographies.
The main character because it's a biography and the story revolves around him and his trials. It would be impossible to dislike his character.
It's in the top
A change of pace from the normal historical fiction I like to read.
Heard him on Savage podcast and thought it was an interesting premise for a book
Lots of fun and I love when the author reads the book, it adds so much more personality to the book. Great book and great reader/author!!
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