This is another great installment in the Cork Connor series.
Is it because we all are accustomed to the fabulous voice of David Chandler? Maybe. But the dramatization of the characters is not done well - especially the women.
The mysteries are pretty addictive!
This is one of my favorite Cork O'Conner books because of the background it provides for one of the great characters in the story: Henry Meloux. I highly recommend this book. It is tough to change narrators in the middle of the series, but it only took a few hours of listening to adjust to a new voice for characters that feel like old friends. If you've liked any of the books in this series, you will appreciate this one.
Glad I didn't listen to the criticism about the change in narrator. I almost decided to skip the books with him. Instead I took a break from listening one after another, and when I picked this one up I really enjoyed his reading. Plus, it's another intriguing story that I'm glad to have not missed.
I have really enjoyed this series. I, like other have gone through it pretty fast. I so agree with other reviewers about the narration. This reader might be good somewhere else but is NOT Cork! I wish audible would offer an explanation on why the change narrators in the middle of a series. I think you might get through this, but it definitely takes away the enjoyment. This story is good, and I want to get to the rest of the series, so I endured it. You definitely need to read this in sequence.
Chandler. This buck guy isn't awful as Cork and reading the story, but he's wretched with the other voices. Joe sounds like she should have a mustache and Stevie has hormone issues.
Henry is an important character throughout the Cork O'Connor series and now we learn much more about him. William Kent Krueger has deftly woven the past and present in this excellent addition to the series. I enjoy both David Chandler and Buck Schimer as narrators, and for this book Buck offered just the right voice.
I've been enjoying this series and was shocked by the change in narrator. At first I struggled along wanting to quit but hung on to enjoy another solid story by this author. I have loved David Chandler's performances and his is the voice of Cork for me. Buck Shirner does a great job but changing narrators in midstream was hard for me.
I lock into a narrator as much as the author. If I enjoy an audiobook I usually find my next book by following the narrator. Buck has a great voice and brings especially the Native American characters to life.
I am rarely seen without my headphones on and my iPod clipped on my waist. I love my books.
Henry Meloux's part in this book brought me to tears. I simply can't put this series down for long.
I just purchased the remainder of the the books in this series. I am totally vested now. I hope that others give this series a try.
I know that they changed narrators, but it does not detract from the content. This narrator did a fine job, you just have to get used to the new voice.
Interesting, historical, captivating
The plot keeps the listener on the edge. One thinks the answer is clear and then
Great performance by Buck Schirner. Am listening to another book read by him right now. He IS Cork O'Connor.
Didn't get to sleep till 3:30 A.M. one night because I began listening that evening at around 7:30 and finally turned the iPod off at 3:30A.M.