Millman brings a little recognized part of history to life. He tells the story in a way that keeps one coming back to find out what happened.
The touch of a "possible" historical background of Hitler winning WWII adds a new twist to this adventure. The characters are believable in Harris's style, and the narrator does a very good job. Just a fun mystery with some not so fun twists superimposed by Hitler's influences on Germany.
I found the story well researched and told by Joseph Ellis. I was almost disappointed when it ended. The narrator, Nelson Runger, has a pleasant voice and appropriate energy. His swallowing is a disappointing distraction and one that should have been prevented. I enjoyed the book and the narration, just not the recording
Listening to Robert Cornuk's "The Bell Messenger" while driving to and from the office each day was a great way to start and end my day. The weaving of the story through several periods of history was well thought-out and engaging. The story ended all too quickly. The narrator, Henry Strozier brought the words to life. My only constructive criticism would be to more carefully record some of the readings as listening to Mr. Stozier breath and swallow can be distracting. Overall - an enjoyable tale.
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