From the very first sample, I knew Marie was my narrator of choice. She understands the emotional experiences of the characters that she narrates with compassion and fondness. Working with her was an absolute pleasure.
The narrator, Marie Hoffman, did a great job telling the story. Her voice was soothing, and her multiple character voices were spot on. I have read this book in the Kindle version, but listening to it again in audio is like experiencing a whole new book. The narration breathes life into this tale.
The narration is spot on, making Teresa’s life come alive. The character voices are excellent and the delivery took me on an emotional journey.
I’m so sorry this is the last one in the series! Marie Hoffman’s narration was superb.
Marie Hoffman has narrated three books for me so far. I’m impressed with her ability to create atmosphere and set the tone from scene to scene. A cozy mystery has a blend of suspense and dark humor, and Marie does both well. Some passages were even more spooky and effective than I remembered writing them. […]
Marie Hoffman narrates this fictionalized Holocaust memoir composed of three parallel stories told in the first person. In a soft voice Hoffman becomes Krakow-born Lena, an old woman talking of her childhood, when, from the ages of 3 to 7, she was hidden in Nazi-occupied Poland by kindly Gentile farmers. Hoffman uses a Polish accent […]