I haven't read the book, but I feel like I have. Teal puts in all the voices and you get lost in the story and imagining the scenes.
This book is so well written it can be compared to the classics
I love the way the story weaves together and German words are sprinkled throughout. I got lost in this book and was thrilled it was long, but wished it were longer.
I'd consider one from Wouk, but it's hard to get into the story and decide whether or not it is actually good with the way it's narrated.
I'm only part way through the story, and it is interesting, but it's hard not to be put off by the way it's narrated.
It sounded like he was out of breath or nervous and not fluent with reading aloud at all. I have found it very frustrating to listen to, all the more because it's such a long story. It's very laboured, although has some good moments, but they are short.
I wouldn't actually recommend getting this.
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