This was a fun listen. Glad I picked it.
The author did a good job weaving together multiple historic and cultural elements- adding color/interest to the story. In the end, despite it being about two supernatural entities, it was a very human story.
It was a fun distraction. The narrator wasn't amazing, but neither was the text she had to read. This isn't great literature, it's just a fun story. Glad I gave it a listen. Although now I have to shake talking/cussing with the accent, but that's fun too.
The narrator's voice portrayed the character believably and was pleasant enough to listen to. It suited the story.
Really enjoyed hearing the *true* experience for prison from her perspective. The story was engaging, humorous, enjoyable. Also hearing of the original characters that were embellished for the tv show was fun. Recommend.
I couldn't handle listening to this again, but I'm very glad I did once- it will stay with me for a long time.
All of the characters get into your heart- it's tender, poignant, very well done.
Honestly, I'm glad I didn't have to pronounce all the German in my head- I enjoyed hearing him pronounce it all. Perfect voice for the story.
The end was tough, but by giving little previews, the author prepared you for it. As a story of human existence, and of Nazi Germany, it was a story of loss. But the life within it was all the richer for it. A really sweet story.
In the first minutes I thought perhaps the narrator's voice was too intense, but very soon it became just perfect for the story- enjoyable.
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