Previous narration had been so good. Threw narrator for this book sounded too much like a sweet little gramma reading a story at bedtime. Took awhile for me to overcome the voice to enjoy the book. Almost didn't finish it, but I did. Glad I did.
The narrator was excellent. She did a magnificent job of doing the accents from the South to Canada.
Tempie - she always tried to mind her own business and do her work, but karma and the world have different ideas.
Only if she's done other books by Kathy Reichs. She's excellent.
When Tempie is about to explode with too much professional and personal pressure on her.
This was well thought out and kept me interested. What I want to address here is to the reader (s) who ignorantly complained of the the pronunciation of what they thought was Sioux, when in fact it is Sewee. The Sioux were never an East Coast island tribe. Easy to Google. And for those of you who remarked on the protagonist heroes' jurisdiction, Reichs explains this in every one of her novels, and which reflects her real life job titles. Pete and Ryan were just visiting. In truth, medical examiners and coroners are rarely involved in actual detective work or the interviewing of suspects. We can thank TV's Bones and CSI for that; just makes for better mysteries. Castle and Law & Order have more realistic MEs or coroners.
She came across as whiny and petty. Her voice was more suited to a romance novel. Her fake Southern accent was awful.
Loved the closing thought.
I found the writing tedious. The main character's musings and details of unnecessary minutiae were maddening. I will not be continuing with this author.
The reader for this book was all wrong, she sounded way to old to be Brennan. It was distracting from the story, it just didn't feel write. Eventually I got used to the voice, and thankfully the story was good enough to hold my attens.
This narrator is completely wrong for this book and actually I do not plan to select any book narrated by Dorothee Berryman. She whispers, sort of. I want to go to sleep listening to her. She has ruined a good author's work.
Forensic Anthropologist Temperance Brennan, investigates the murder of a John Doe, determined to identify the victim. What she discovers is an illegal organ donation ring. A great read, although the narration could have been better, and Break No Bones tended to drag on a bit in parts. Not one of Kathy Reichs best but still an enjoyable read.
I am having a very difficult time getting through this installment of the series. I cannot relate the narrator's voice to the character. Her accent, pronunciation and inflection are all wrong. If this is the narrator of the next books in the series, this will be my last. Bring back Michele Pawk!!!!