The plot was so engaging I couldn't stop listening. This is very hard to put down and though I usually work while listening to audiobooks, this one had me glued in place, fully attentive to the story. It took a lot of discipline to keep from forwarding to the end just to relieve the tension of not knowing what would happen to the characters, but I'm so glad I let the story unfold. The end is satisfying.
Carmichael- the struggles he goes through are genuine and believable.
Carmichael in his cell watching the Queen's address on TV.
The treatment of the Jews was very real and the telling of this tale may help people, who (like Elvira and other characters in the book) need to increase their empathy and tolerance. I wish they hadn't killed Jack.
I enjoyed watching Elvira's personality develop as she found her courage.
If you are looking for light reading with no basis in historical fact, this is a really fun read.
The premise for time travel is fresh; I really like the characters in the fairy court.
First time- the voice is clear and pleasant.
Arrogant overlord meets his match
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