A thoughtful, reflective book with unusual turns as it proceeds. Made me (at 65+) reconsider some of the stories I tell myself about my own history.
the reader's voice fits the character so well, I may actually get the hard copy and read it
If you want plenty of action, this book is not for you !
Yes, it is full of detail that I would like to listen to with a map
of the Middle East in 1910 in front of me !
His delivery and emphasis increased my understanding.
The description of the folly of the english attack on the Dardenelles.
If you enjoy history told in an engaging manner, you will appreciate the detail
in this book.
I might try another one, but this got boring after awhile, so predictable.
I liked WOOL much better
the focus on the love affairs of Ambassador Dodd's daughter, while illuminating some of life in Berlin in the early 1930's, was too much a focus of the book. The writing, and
the pertormance at times, was pedantic and at times almost trite.
The subject, the gradual, invidious influence of the Nazi party in the early 30's and the brutality of the SS and the SA were startling against the backdrop of summer trysts in
the German countryside.
Some focus on the lives of other characters.
Narration seemed stilted.
The reader did a great job w/dialect and descriptions of Australia were interesting.
Understated mystery, minimum of explicit violence, and interesting local characters
Fun to listen to.
Yes, make the story interesting, and not so focused on issues having little to do with the
I have loved her books in the past, may go back and read an earlier one that I missed.
Not especially, never really engaged me
Too fantastical for me.
the performance was fine, it was the content I didn't enjoy !
Interesting construct w/people traveling back in time, trying not to change the the events.
Amazing depiction of London during the Blitz, well drawn characters, not the military,
but ordinary peoples they struggled to live their lives under amazing circumstances.
this was an interesting story, that captured the relationship between single mother and child who are confounded in isolation for years.
I held my attention and you could imagine the room they shared w/no difficulty.
It was ok, at best. predictable, story of young woman/s attempt to deal with untimely death of her husband by trying the 'geographical "cure, moving from a busy LA hospital to sa small town in Washington state.
rarely do I not finish a book, but I couldn't get interested in the characters and
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