Yes, because it is romantic, the heroine is strong yet believable for the time period, and the representations of gypsy traditions are respectful and not overdone.
It's a toss-up between the steamy scenes and the interjections of historical facts, but it's actually just the really well-written "encounters".
they were all very well done, with fantastic, distinct changes of accent and voice for the different characters.
No, but I really liked it and will listen to it again some time.
If we count the whole series as one, it is definitely in the top 5!
He did a brilliant job on all of them--I couldn't stop listening, and neither could the kids!
I devoured the whole series, and was sad to finally reach the end.
This is a great book for adults and for children--a great book to share and discuss!
The narration and the glimpses into the beautiful culture and people of Africa.
the positive self-image and positive representation of Botswanan women.
Her accents and subtle vocal inflections brought more to this audiobook than I would have gotten from reading it.
I didn't read the print version, but I immensely enjoyed the narration--it was perfectly paced, with all of the characters distinct and full of life.
With such an immense work, it is impossible to choose. I absolutely loved the whole book and lost a lot of sleep because I couldn't stop listening!
Mr. Lee brought so much life to the characters, as well as subtle detail in the dialogues and narratives that I might have overlooked had I read it to myself silently.
A breathtaking journey into the darkest and brightest times of the Middle Ages.
I highly recommend this book--it is one of the best that I have ever read or listened to.
I would read another by this author, I would avoid this narrator. His narration was only bearable at 1.5 to 2 times the regular narration speed.
Truly inspiring, informative story.
Please redo with a different narrator.
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