What happens when a man all of a sudden loses everything he has achieved in life?
Udi Bergman had a routine, yet comfortable life: A beautiful, successful wife, two children, a small house in the suburbs of Tel Aviv and a great job. One day, without any warning, it all falls into pieces. "We have to talk," says Dana, his wife, and nothing remains as before.
Dana has fallen in love with another man and has begun to dissociate herself from her previous life. Udi is devastated. He then tries to collect the pieces and to move on.
On a flight to New York, he meets Amira. She is a married woman while he is a free man.
Against all odds she turned to be the love of his life… until she disappeared. Was this associated with his occupation in a start-up company? Udi is not sure. The journey to find out the truth is ahead.
Israeli reality, genuine people, Man-woman relationships, Work conflicts and pressures, Confrontations and mystery.
A Married Woman, Zvika Amit’s latest novel, is provoking, exciting and ironic.
Written in an accurate and realistic manner, with strong, compelling characters. It's a story that could happen to anyone.
Please note: the audiobook is narrated in the Hebrew language.
©2009 Zvika Amit; (P)2009 SonicBooks Ltd
Zvika Amit writes a good love story which is entangled in a complicated story of what seems to be hitech/industrial espionage and shenanigans. Barak Sagi, the Hebrew narrator is doing a very good job of narrating clearly and changing his voice and intonation.
Addicted to listening, Loves a good story and a good narration!
Zvika Amit wrote a good story, but the last several chapters and the ending are disappointing, so I cannot give this more than 3.5 stars. There are complex relationships that don't really live up to their potential.
Barak Sagi narrates excellently! He has great diction, and narrates the book with feelings and expression. He has a great voice and I don't understand why sonicbooks don't use him more . Very well done!
The book is easy and entertaining to listen to.
Glad to have some books in Hebrew, great way to enhance foreign language skills!
Story: 3.5 interesting charachters but disappointing end
Relationships/sex: moderately hot
Narration: 5 stars, very nice voice and excellent performance!
Overall: worth a credit!
Note for sonicbooks: really, there is no need to have music between chapters, and PLEASE use more narrators that are acting and differentiate between voices and characters. Learn from Audible productions.
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