It would spoil the ending to answer that.
I have only heard George read the Walt Longmire stories by Craig Johnson. His reading is perfect for this book. He has clear voices for all the characters and is very easy to listen to.
Yes. I almost did being in the car all day on a road trip. Wonderful.
i have enjoyed all of these books by Craig Johnson. They are all wonderful. Each one is exciting and surprising. the last hour of this recording has a chat between Craig Johnson and George Guidall. This conversation was so enlightening. A wonderful treat.
This book seems like something a writer needed to try and as a whole it worked. It should not be the first book tried in this series because the writer's interest is complicated and though the story is strong and well made the path to it is not as easy as the other books.
There is a great deal of ugliness done to people and animals in this book. The idea of telling stories seems to require this aspect of competition for reader choice. Johnson has kept the direct story telling in some kind of reform, but the horrific nature of the bad guy in this novel is not fun to understand. One can enjoy the experimental nature of the writing structure, the bad things, and the resolution in courage, friendship, and simple human skills. It is just not my favorite in the bunch.
George Guidall's voice was the perfect one for this story. If anyone ever sounded like an older sheriff out west, it is he. His performance had a very calming effect, and I enjoyed every minute of the book. I highly recommend it.
Won't tell you - don't want to give anything away!!!
George brought a kind of "down-hominess" to the story.
Yes. I had it on my MP3 player, and it took me only 2 days to finish it. I love to listen while I'm working in the kitchen!
I have had a library card wherever I've lived, & always have a book in progress. Fell in love with Audiobooks when my 70 yr old eyes couldn't keep up with my reading. Mysteries are my favorite, but last enjoyable read was "Fifty Shades of Grey" WOW Sensual reading, but it had my interest ! I'm not dead yet!
Loved the latest adventure of Walt, Vic, & Henry Standing Bear. The characters become more endearing with each chapter. Cannot wait until Craig Johnson writes another Longmire mystery & George Guidall reads it "to life".
Interesting but overdone. Johnson devotes too much of each book to the influence of the Native American spirit world on Walt Longmire, the non-Native American Sheriff.
shift focus to the story and away from so much of the warrior spirits.
Guidall is a consummate professional. Sometimes inflections of new characters are not as sharp as one might like, but generally can keep track of who is talking.
Well, not moved, but the Hispanic character he handcuffed in the lodge was perfect comic relief.
Enjoyable stories, very well prerformed.
I keep waiting for the next Craig Johnson listen. I can only say what I've said before. Johnson and Guidall are perfect partners, the characters are a hoot and I can't wait for them to weave in and out of the stories.
Enjoyed the chat at the end between Guidall and Johnson. I enjoy these, as few as they are, since it paints an interesting picture of the author.
No absolutely not...I can't make myself finish....
I'm browsing now?
I expected that I would really like his narration but honestly the voice doesn't fit the character.
I plan on calling audible to request a refund.
Yes. I loved the way the story moved back and forth so I got more background as I went. Saved me from having to remember too much between listening periods.
I love good mysteries and have now added a new author to my must-read list. A good mix of characters is important to a story, and boy! did we have characters! It was interesting to me to note the difference between the characters from the television show and the characters in the book.
George Guidall's performances are always excellent. He's one of my favorite readers.
I loved the interaction between Walt and the horse. He was so gentle with her and respected her spirit.
I can't wait to read more Walt Longmire stories!
I would listen to it again on a road trip.
The plot didn't keep me on the edge of my seat but the I enjoy the characters so much that I just went along for the ride.
In the beginning of the book there is scene where Walt is looking at abridge when someone comes.