Without a doubt, one of the most captivating books i have listened to recently. Mark's obvious knowledge of the filed and the detailed description of certain aspects made it so much more enjoyable.
Of course, the timing of the events was just perfect and always made you to go further and further.
Originating from central Europe, the history of the central Europe region interests me quite a bit. Unfortunately, at the start of the book the author explains that she concentrated on 3 countries from the region - Germany, Poland and Hungary. None of which is my country of origin.
And despite the fact that it shed some light on what had the people go through in those years, it left a feeling of something missing to a full picture.
Since the book was more less describing mostly events from 2 central european countries, it inspired me to go and look for more information the country where i was born.
The well thought through mixture of real facts and fantasy
Haven't listened to any of his previous performances, but i liked this one a lot, really brought the story to life.
Henry Sturges, the vampire, a dark character, but yet many times showing interesting views on life and world around.
To start with, i really liked the premise of a vampire story based around an actual historic person. The story didn't fail to entertain throughout, in many ways far super-seeding the expectations.
Ans the performance of narrator just helped further to suck you in this story and never wanting to stop listening.
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