This was my first audio book by Harlan Cobin and I loved it. The storyline was first rate and kept me guessing as to who did what. A great read. I highly recommend it.
Yes, without a doubt. This book (and the winds of war) drew me in from the moment Kevin Pariseau began reading. The story of the Henrys and the Jastrows in the midst of World War 2 was riviting and I could not stop listening to the beautiful voice of Kevin Pariseau and thinking about the characters when I wasn't listening to it. It really brings you into that era of Nazi Germany and the alies.
Even though it was very difficult to listen to the horrors of the holocaust, Natalie and Aaron's journey from Sienna, all the places in between, and finally to Auschwitz was heartbreaking and inspiring as they turned to their jewish faith to help them survive. I loved everything about this book.
He is the best narriator that I have ever listened to.
This book was one long bore. The main character was hard to like due to his self pitying attitude and unrealistic loyalty. He couldn't see the forest through the trees and I finally had to stop listening because I didn't care what happened to any of them.
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