First of all, the narrator had a whiny adolescent voice. That, along with the narrative that was overloaded with referrals to movie and presidential trivia, drove me nuts. I almost turned off the audiobook after five minutes, but kept listening and hoping that it would get better. The story is not too bad, but it certainly would have been better without the annoying verbal tangents.
Leave out most of the trivia.
Whiny voice. I found him hard to listen to.
The story was alright. Could have been shorter.
I don't have any real suggestions. I found the Hungarian names a bit difficult to follow from the audiobook at first, but rapidly caught up.
No, I'd like to try more of them.
I liked her very much.
None, really. Of course I hated Jakab and Vass, but that is what the author wanted.
I will probably buy the paperback. I would like to review the genealogy of Hannah's family to follow the story more accurately.
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