I honestly can't decide. It was just an amazing story. I guess if I had to choose it was Libby. As depressing as she was I related to her quite a bit. Not sure what that says about me...
This sounds like I'm kind of macabre but I really enjoyed the scene where Libby is trying to escape Diondra and Crystal. Her performance was impressive as I could feel fer panic and her sudden desire to live.
There were several parts that made me laugh and I guess wouldn't describe them as parts as much as parts and the way the narrators said them. I was impressed by the voices of Libby and Patty. I think they should have used a younger voice for Ben in the flashbacks.
Couldn't stop listening! I'm actually listening again.
I loved this book by Gillian Flynn. I've also listened to the audio version of her other book Gone Girl. I know Gone Girl was made into a movie and I really really hope they do the same for Dark Places. The story line took you on this is so odd but it's so freaking good that I can't stop listening" journey and I found myself wanting more and more. And it the performance was great. It might not be for everyone But if you like unpredictable story lines, clever writing and stories read from different characters instead of just one person doing a million accents give Dark Places a try. I don't think you'll be bored or underwhelmed at all.
Highly recommend this audio book. Fantastic performances and overall a great experience. I'll definitely check out other books by Gillian Flynn.
Gillian Flynn is a brilliant writer! I couldn't stop listening!And the narrators were all great & the main character's (Libby) narrator was absolutely perfect for the character!