I gave up on this book, because I just could not properly understand the reader. The text has a lot of French names and words and it got to be so annoying that I did not finish the book.
The suspense was extraordinary!
The gathering of all the suspects in the haunted Bradley house. Very tense.
No one else could narrate these books and bring this Inspector to life as well as Mr. Cosham. He is perfect for the readings.
Yes, of course, although I hardly have time to sit so long. But I take my Kindle with me everywhere and listen whenever I have a moment.
I love Chief Inspector Armand Gamache. We should be so lucky to have Policemen like him and his team. Gentle, intelligent, fair, respectful of others, yet strong. He understands human nature. There is no wavering in his knowledge of right and wrong, no second thoughts. He always finds the killer. But I can never figure out who it is on my own.
A librarian who loves to read, whether in print or in the air
This series just keeps getting stronger with each entry.
Penny is a wonderful writer. She has created characters of great depth, a Canadian village that I enjoy visiting each time, and a solid whodunit.
I'm looking forward to the next Inspector Armand Gamache novel.
My only complaint is that I wish the narrator, Ralph Cosham, would use a little bit more space, or pauses in his narration when switching from scene to scene.
This is a quiet comfortable listen that still provides some mystery for the time.
The book reminds me of Agatha Christie work. Intricate plot, but low social tension.
Robin sachs is a great narrator.
the interweaving of seperate plots into a cohesive who;le
Inspector Gimache because of his humanity, intelligence and compassion
a soft voice full of nuance
no wanted to savor it
louise penny creates a vivid world out of an unnoticed spot
Great performance, as always very good story. Have enjoyed all of Louise Penny's books.
The plot keeps you guessing. Very interesting characters. Great description of the town and the people who live there.
This book was a disappointment to me. I was not able to finish it. When the story line emerges from the minute details and convoluted ideas, it is quite good. Unfortunately this does not happen very often.
Maybe, just not the next in the series.
The story just seemed tired. Ongoing characters' dramas were stretched thin and mystery not very compelling. I enjoyed the earlier books, but at some point a tiny town just loses credibility as the home of so many murders and murderers.
Well done in general.
Yes, the main character its very likeable.
Pick an earlier book in the series.
Middle aged female who loves books of all kinds as long as the story is engaging. Doesn't review all books she reads, but does read all reviews of books she reads. Haha.
Louise Penny is a gifted writer and has the advantage in her audio books to have R. Cosham do the narrating. He brings her village of Three Pines to life and gives great depth to the much beloved characters. Please give this book a try. Do read Penny in order tho, it helps a lot.
Yes, and in fact have. Enjoyed the plot line and the telling.
Yes, after ordering the first ordered another but haven't listened to it yet. Sorry. My listening time is primarily in the car and not much driving lately.
No, as primarily listen in the car and not all trips are long enough to hear the entire book.