This is a good book, but you have to wade through the set up in the beginning. This could have gotten a little higher rating if it hadn't drifted off to a harlequin romance novel two or three times. Sandra, they're having sex, we get it. They like it, they feel close, awesome. Move on and get back to the story. But it really was a good book.
The narrator's voice was barely audible at times dipping so low to almost a growl. Apart from poor diction,the voice sounded like the narrator's chin seemed to be stuck in his chest and that took away any enjoyment a reader could have had. Disappointing because the basically the story line looked good, but the frustration of missing so much due to poor narration prevented me from being able to complete listening to the book.
The story is A little far-fetched but it's pretty good. I like to twist of the ending but the beginning is a little slow.
The narrator is terrible, maybe he does a good job with other books but he's totally wrong for this book and does a terrible, horrible job at women's voices.
There is a sex scene that literally made me laugh out loud that could have been written by an adolescent boy. In other words it was ridiculous, but Sandra Brown always seems to throw in a ridiculous sex scene that makes me say yeah right... Oh Sandra, if only orgasms were that easy...
The reader made the story sound ridiculous with his performance of different women. Rather than sophisticated or even intelligent, they sounded ludicrous . Great book, however.
This book started out way too slow. The first 3 or so hours were way too drawn out. Then it started to get pretty good when Avery's bandages were removed and she started living her life with Tate.
I've listened to Dick Hill the narrator before and he's a pretty good narrator BUT, it was way too distracting when he would sigh and take deep breaths when it wasn't called for at all. He just does that all the time. Also I missed a few lines because he makes some of the characters sound drunk and he misses out on the pronunciation of many words. I don't think I can listen to one of his books anymore.
This story is not believable,but so what, it's pretty good until The ending was ruined a bit being way too far fetched. Again, it's just a story and it turned out to be just ok. Don't waste a credit, it'll be on sale as thats the way I bought it. Also get ready for Dick's sigh's, deep breathing and slurred words. Yikes!!
Want my favorite one from her, but did keep me interested. A good narration, too.
This story far exceeded my expectations. A superlative masterpiece from Sandra Brown that I highly recommend to all. Bravo Sandra.
The crash of a Dallas-bound jet not only changed the existence of TV reporter Avery Daniels; but altered her entire life giving her a chance to make a comeback in her career. At first it wasn’t something Avery had planned but as the days of recuperation and surgery continued where she could not speak to correct her mistaken identity, she learned of a plan to assassinate her supposed husband, a famous senatorial candidate Tate Rutledge. Following her surgeries and recuperation in the hospital, Carole as she was now being called, was torn between telling Tate the truth or trying to identify the killer. One thing for sure - she knew the killer had to be a part of his immediate family.
One might wonder, why Avery didn’t come clean as soon as she could speak but as the story evolved there were many reasons, why she couldn’t. One, she was beginning to care for Tate, in spite of his private disgust of ‘Carole’; two, she was worried about Carole’s fragile child Amanda; and three she didn’t know who was plotting against Tate. If she confessed, the killer would have to eliminate her.
What more can be said of Sandra Brown that hasn’t already been said? Her plotting, twists and turns, red herrings, deep characterizations and non-stop action rate this author at the top of the plateau of amazing suspense/thrillers. To start a novel by Ms. Brown is to settle in for the long-haul to finish because she writes heart-stopping thrillers that keep a reader totally engrossed with her fast action stories.
MIRROR IMAGE was one of those non-stop reads and seeing as how I listened to this on audio narrated by the always great Dick Hill, one can understand why I always took the long routes to listen longer in my car. If I were to nit-pick just a bit it would be that his interpretation of one of the female characters tended to grate on my nerves – otherwise, I will state that Dick Hill is one of my favorite narrators and I will always gravitate to the audio books he records.
Bottom line: Sandra Brown’s MIRROR IMAGE may be one of her older titles but her mastery of story-telling is exceptional. Highly Recommended!!
This book is fun, and will find you taking sides. It will not keep you up at night. It is easy to turn on and off so perfect for work commutes of at least 20 minutes!
Love to listen to audio books while I'm on the road -- which I am often. Don't even listen to the radio anymore.
The story plodded along. I love Sandra Brown's novels, but this one just seemed to move too slowly.
Less detail. Too much detail can drag things down.