Being able to listen to a new fairytale, not the classics we normally are used to. It's refreshing to read a fairytale book that gave deeper meaning to it's explanations, and to have a tale with a heavy story structure to support it. The "tradition" is definitely an entity that many other tales can be built upon.
Elena of course! She was the main character, but her experience was so unique that it made the journey of the story even more enjoyable.
I believe Gabra narrated Memoirs of a Geisha. If so, she did an excellent job on that book and she does on this one as well.
I'm a hopeless romantic and found myself swooning at the moment when the lovers finally reveal their feeling for eachother. It was so passionate and also didn't involve a highly detailed and vulgar sexual description. :)
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