This was an entertaining read indeed. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and will read it again. The narrator was awesome and allowed me to see the scenes like a movie in my head..I learned some historic facts and was just immersed in the story. I couldn't put it down. Thank you..
This is by far the best book I've had the pleasure of listening to. what surprised me at first was the dialect of the narration. Hearing this led me to see that the words in this book were beautifully written. The story was an amazing one. The main character, Lilith, is such a dynamic character. She changes beautifully and she is one hell of a survivor. Her experience, her attitude and the spirit within her helped her the entire novel. I only realized that until the end.
The language is this novel, the history and situations are so heartbreaking. at times I wanted to cry for some, at time my heart even fluttered listening to the harsh language. but for this reason I will call it disgustingly beautiful. I hated the language but loved it at the same time.
I was immersed in the story.. The ties that bind human to human are evidenced in the story .. It was the individual voice that pulled me into the story.
All I want to do is Love, laugh, live abundantly to Glorify Christ Jesus!
Yes. Ronin Miles is outstanding. The way she tells a story makes you feel like your right there. The book was very good but the narration made it that much better. I now follow Robin Miles because of her wonderful story telling ability.
Yes I have and so far the book of night women has been number one. I hope to listen to many more stories narrated by her.
Night wars In the Deep Jamaca jungle
Good intriguing listen
What a tale. Flows like a dark dream. Lilith is a character that will stay with me for a long long time. The characters are all incredibly etched and real. The plotting is fast paced. The voices are haunting. Brilliant book. The narration is a bravura performance. Loved this book.
This is an epic narrative of master-slave brutality in Jamaica at the end of the 18th century. Its unexpurgated horror is at times so over the top, one has to skip ahead. But it is fascinating, especially the depiction of the slave revolt. The best part of thisaudiobook is the brilliant narration by Robin Miles. ,
this was such a great read . I'm so happy I stumbled upon it. I didn't want it to end. although fiction, I learned so much from this reading experience. the narrator was just as amazing as the author. u felt like I was watching the story unfold on the big screen.
The vulgarity was overbearing
Not Sure, I liked where the story was going but then after going further along, it just really turned my spirits down
Excellent, Interesting, cunning
I really didn't like the book as much as I thought, I didn't even really want to finish it. But to each his own.