1. The narration - so beautifully read in so many voices - and everyone of them sounding so authentic
2. the story itself was a 'cannot put down'
3. the way it made me feel uncomfortable, angry embarrassed and challenged - yet told without seeming accusatory.
the challenge of listening to and reacting to how it is for other races living in a country where bigotry and prejudice are so deep seated - both subversive and overt
many many moments!
this should be a must read for everyone
Tension suspense intrigue
Totally involved in the how why and what happens next
No first time
Who is pilgrim?
When will volume 2 be released
I wonder if the translation to English lost much of the impact. I found the constant use of common similes and metaphors childish and infuriating.
The story itself was gripping - but I struggled to continue listening as the writing constantly annoyed me.
I also did not like the narration - the tone varied between condescending and pathetic - not enough variation for other compex characters again - most annoying
The relationship between the "now" and "then" - which had me trying to work out the connection.
Re reference to parts already told. Did the writer think I couldn't remember?
The Super - time he went!
yes - but only after reading the first two - the endfing needs to be told
none in particular
no - not as much as the first two
I felt slightly disappointed - it was a good enough ending but ,,, something didn't gel as much as tghe first two for me
right up the top
enzo - he is clever but so vulnerable
love - the power and the poison
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