First I saw the movie. A great movie, kept me on the edge of my seat. Talking about oscars, the oscars deserved this movie. But I didn't get everything, didn't understand why things went as they went. So I bought the audiobook. Read by Emma Galvin, it took me some time to get used to her voice, her intonations. Listened to her reading the book, in my car commuting, twice. I got enthralled by it.
I haven't read the book yet, but after listening I will surely buy me a copy. It's an enthralling story.
I liked Liesl, but my heart goes out to Hans Hubermann.
Allan Corduner has a pleasant voice to listen to. Using german accents is a bit to much for me though.
A difficult question to answer, there are so many characters opting for the position. If must be then I vote for papa.
This is a story not only for teens or young adults. I can recommend this book for all adults.
Wonderfully narrated by the writer him self, I kept listening. It's a nice enough story settled in a London I never came across. I just loved the wit and the story about London underground. Just listen and let it flow over you.
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