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  1. Christine Scott-Hudson
    November 12, 2019

    I love this list! I can’t wait to listen on my Christmas Break. ❤️ Thank you.

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  2. Amar Kumar
    November 13, 2019

    Hello Tara,

    Real past stories have great impact on audience; people enjoy it as well as learn something useful which helps in adding value to individual life.

    The Wedding Shroud sounds really amazing audiobook and hopping women will enjoy it a lot while listening the author.

    You have made great list of audiobooks, these must be useful for people to go through it. Eventually, thanks for sharing your experience with us.

    With best wishes,

    Amar Kumar

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  3. Alyssa
    November 13, 2019

    My favorite one so far has been The Feathered Bird. It was amazing!

    I also liked Strands of Truth. Right now I’m listening to Smoke Screen I think it’s called. Terri Blackstock is the author. I love her work!

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    • Tara Ziegmont
      November 13, 2019

      I’ll have to add those to my list. Thanks for the recommendations!

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  4. Cathy Johnson
    November 14, 2019

    Deception point and digital fortress by Dan Brown. The miraculous journey of Edward Tulane by Kate DiCamillo, A dog’s life by Ann Martin. What I call life by Jill Wolfson. Safe Haven by nicholas sparks.

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  5. Sara Lefever
    July 19, 2020

    I loved your list! It has titles that will appeal to so many different reading tastes! After I read Tatooist I did some further research bcs I was so interested n the story and I found a 7 page document published by the Auschwitz Memorial that condemns the story and I learned that the family has now disassociated itself from the author as well. I then researched Cilka before I read it and found the author had destroyed the real “Cilkas” reputation in her book and her descendants are hurt and furious. After that I’ve decided to stop supporting this author. There are too many good well researched historical fiction books based on the Holocaust to support ones that are filled with inaccuracies and harm.

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    • Tara Ziegmont
      July 19, 2020

      Thanks Sara! I will have to do some research into the Tattooist of Auschwitz. I’m interested in why the memorial condemned the story and why the family distanced themselves from the author. I thought it was a beautiful story and didn’t denigrate any of the characters at all. Same for Cilka. I didn’t think there was anything in that book that made her look bad. In fact, I thought it was an amazing story in which she showed incredible grace and strength.

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