What was it like to be a citizen fighting the Nazis? Lucie Aubrac, of Catholic and peasant background, was teaching history in a Lyon girls' school and had just married Raymond, a Jewish engineer, when World War II erupted and divided France. The couple, living in the Vichy zone, soon joined the Resistance movement in opposition to the Nazis and their collaborators. This is Lucie's harrowing account of her participation in the Resistance; of the months when, though pregnant, she planned and took part in raids to free comrades - including her husband, under Nazi death sentence - from the prisons of Klaus Barbie, the infamous "Butcher of Lyon."More
"This book is perfectly formatted for the ear....Jeff Woodman and Jonathan Davis's delivery maintains a conversational tone. Their easy pace sounds like they're explaining these complex topics to a friend, and they're quite sensitive to the humor of the book. Enjoyable and educational..." (AudioFile)
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I didn't read the print version, but I would probably have preferred the print over the audio because of the strong British accent of the reader. It should have been read with a French accent.
It was amazing that she was able to pull it off without getting caught.
Only if it were a British story. Her accent was all wrong for this story. It would have been much better read by someone with a French accent.
The accent was distracting from the story. I had to keep telling myself to listen to the story not the accent.
- Brett Smithey