This isn't a quick and easy audiobook, the story is complex and multifaceted with multiple characters highlighted throughout. The narrator's performance is lovely and her ability to convey the thoughts and emotions of both young and old, male and female characters only adds to the depth of the story.
gave only 2 stars mainly because I don't think the book a proper fit for "Christian Fiction".
If you are not into philosophy this book isn't for you. The story line is ok but it can get slow in places. I liked the narrator.
If the Narratoris not good I cannot concentrate on the story no matter how good it may be...
This was a lovely read. As previous reviewers have indicated, it is not a fast book, but it is filled with insight and charm. I definitely recommend it.
I think the story line is soooo boring but the narrator was pretty good. I wouldn’t recommend
Alternated between reading the text and listening to the audio-book, and the latter REALLY made this work come alive. An intricate, meaty well-told tale greatly enhanced by a gifted reader. The last 200 pages (5 hours) are especially thrilling-- compelling narrative, vibrant characters, substantive and important ideas!
I loved the story and the writing. The narrator could have done better with her American accent and Hebrew pronunciations.
Unfortunately while the story was quite good I found the quality of the audio less so.