YES! Perhaps because it made everything appear so REAL!
The readers pronunciations were true to life and so well done, one felt transported into the time period being described.
Diary of Ann Frank. Hope endures in the human heart!
When the husband grabs his wife's hand and searches for the infamous Nazi numbers tattooed on her arm... to make certain it really was her.
Yes, and I did driving a long distance over a day or two.. Almost could'nt wait after our few rest stops to continue listening!
What a thoroughly entrancing book!! It was all too real!!! I felt transported into the lush rich pictures audibly painted, and then I felt at once the hopes dashed, and the hopelessness, the plodding, unyielding agony of the Concentration Camp!! What a treat to have a man read the husband's part, and then to hear a woman read the wife's part. Excellent readers! Fantastic how their voices, especially the male reader audibly aged as the years went on. The accents and pronunciation of all the exotic far away places that ordinarily I might have butchered while attempting to read them out to myself, were exquisitely pronounced by the readers, which added to the color of the literature. Great work!
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