A good addition to the series. Maggie is an interesting character although I found this one a little less suspenseful than the previous books. Still, it's an interesting time and the book does a good job of showing the humanity even in the horrors of World War II.
She has a good voice and I know she can certainly do convincing characters. I didn't think her voicing of male characters here was very good though. Even the good guys sounded a bit sinister.
Witty, intelligent, captivating.
The whole book is filled with memorable moments, good writing, astute observations.
Juliet Stevenson is convincing and versatile. I couldn't stop listening!
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