Would you listen to Quand souffle le vent du nord again? Why?
For me, what made the audiobook a marvel was the incredible performance of the two readers: Jean-Marc Delhausse and Nathalie Hugo. A special kudo, in particular, for Nathalie Hugo. I cannot imagine another performer doing as fine a job as she managed to accomplish. I hope that she does many more adaptions of books for Audible.com.
What did you like best about this story?
I liked the humor, most of all, and the incredible twists and turns in the story; however, I should add that the book has its dark sides as well, and the ending was tough -- to put it mildly.
What about the narrators’s performance did you like?
Their chemistry, their gift of exquisite back and forth, the way they managed to portray so many feelings so very well.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The many moments when the story blossomed into romance.
Any additional comments?
[SPOILER ALERT] The ending was unexpected and extremely painful. Readers should be ready to brace themselves.