I have a long drive each day and listen to audio books as I drive. Elizabeth Peters is my dessert. Fun books to listen to. Great narrator, Barbara Rosenblat has an easy voice to listen to.
Retired. My hobbies are knitting, sewing and sports. To busy doing hobbies to be able to read so audible books are great for me. Also enjoy listening when driving on a long road trip.
Yes, and this is up to her usual excellent performance.
This book reminded me why I started listening to this series.
Ramses and Nefret along with David add a new dimension to an already beloved series - keeps it interesting!
Peabody books always keep me wanting outthink the book, work it out before they do - keeps me highly invested
Get hooked on this series immediately, if already hooked, buy this now!
right up there with the best. Loving the series. My vision is starting to go so I love the fact that I can get the book with optional audio. laughter, suspense, irony, mystery etc,etc,etc. the characters are so unique!
too many to separate any one of the best moments
the performance was good but with so many different characters it was sometimes confusing. these books could use two different readers.
definitely-- almost did. however, one must get sleep sometime.
please have all of her books with whisper sync and still be reasonable in price.You should have special access for people who have impaired vision.
This one starts fast and ends fast, but takes its time in between. I do feel tighter editing could have shaved off a few hours, but on the whole enjoy this one, particularly the Ramses portions.
Elizabeth Peters style is quite different. The various sections are presented as case notes and descriptive narratives from the diary entries and other manuscripts of the various family members sharing the experience being described. A very British attitude and dialogue is conveyed....and the book is written as an archeological adventure in Eygpt of the 1930s. I had a bit of trouble following the story.....but that is possibly also due to audio difficulties (as I listened to the story during a long road trip.)
I have read all the previous books in this series. It has been great not only following the plots of the mysteries but following the characters as they develop.
Amelia is always my favorite character, but it was great seeing the development of Ramses, Nefret and David.
Barbara Rosenblat is an excellent narrator - my favorite!
This book made me laugh out loud several times, particurarly when Amelia speaks about herself.