The characters and dialogue were so stereotyped that it was painful to listen to. Very predictable in all regards.
A Jo Nesbo or Laura Lipman mystery.
The narrator was fine but sometimes the pace was too slow and dramatic sounding.
This is the only audiobook that I have not finished. I found it too painful to continue and a waste of time so I stopped and went on to another book.
The story jumped in with little back story for those unfamiliar with this author
or character so it was a bit hard to follow. Also not very interesting.
Not this author
The story built without giving away too much too soon, and Lev's experiences and thoughts seemed to be authentic for a "boy" his age.
I liked the relationship between Lev and Coalia(?) despite their differences in personality
His voice was great and he didn't try to "act" the story. The emphasis was appropriate to the situations and didn't stand out above the story
Lev. Just to watch him enjoy the food and listen to more stories.
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