The story of a mom who can't give up on her missing daughter was one that caught my attention from the beginning. Narrator Joyce Bean did a good job on this. My only complaint is that the story is resolved too quickly. The whys are answered over lots of pages and all of a sudden, here's the end. It's almost as if an editor decided the book was getting too long and had the conclusion down to a few pages.
I find myself wanting to get it over with...
The main charachter Sarah with her emotions...I understand how she would be upset but it was just never ending back and forth. Too many details made the story really drag.
Yes...she did horrible with the male voices...I agree with another listener when she said it sounded like a old woman who was a chain smoker instead of a sexy PI.
It wasn't bad but I probably won't listen to it again.
There were a few places where information was repeated, but the overall story was great. The ending was fantastic! Hair standing on end, thrilling!
Someone wanting to read about how 2 best friends ( may) become lovers.
Not unless I red some rave reviews. Not sure how many ways " broad shoulders" can be described, but this book talks to at least 20 of them
Good Georgia cent
I am only 2/3 way through, but I would cut all reference to the " vanished" person. It has not, as of yet, had any real bearing on the story
no, all the details made it kind of boring at times
the story was good, just very drawn out with lots of needless details
her voice as Jake, made him sound like old man
I cannot live without books ~ Thomas Jefferson
Everything from writing style to character development to narration.
Not elaborate on insignificant, mundane so-called details
Julia Whelan or Cassandra Campbell or virtually any other female narrator.
Anger for having wasted money, impatience waiting for the story to get better, frustration for it never getting better.
I couldn't agree more with the review provided by Sammie from Bozeman.