Probably lower middle
It wasn't a gem of writing competence, but I did like learning about the story behind the folklore.
Anne Morrow Lindbergh
I warmed to the book as the story unfolded. It stimulated me to research the facts.
I got bogged down in the main character's drug addiction and began to wonder if the book was about art, his relationships, or his drug addiction. I could have done less hearing about his excesses and consequences of. If that had been edited, the story was compelling. Ending a bit contrived.
His vocalizations added dimension and personality to the characters.
The fiction imagined from the historical events
The end. Some folks escaped.
I liked the book and couldn't wait to see what would happen. Surprises at every turn... A great interpretation of historical events as they've been passed down.
Yes. Compared to the section by the author herself,I felt Moreno's reading was just like Sotomayor would read it.
Accent. Knowledge of subject.
I was cheering for Sonia when she succeeded because of her assertiveness.
A good read if you are interested in successful and personable women. The author was honest with her feelings, but there was a lot of redundancy.
I was reading it on Kindle at the same time.
There was a book my son had when he was a child with a similar story; I can't remember the name of it.
The feeling that someone was watching.
You can be happy.
I liked this book very much. Particularly liked that the author ended the story with the child of Faina.
The narrator read the work with appropriate accented english
The vocal illustration of characters
for mystery lovers'
I listened twice and heard a better story the 2nd time around.
I wondered who the child murderer was - actually suspected the police.
When they found the dead body of the boy's dad along with the other children
What's a tag line?
I'd recommend this book for a listen. The only thing that wasn't believable was the 13 yr. old's exploits.
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