The story was so compelling, I couldn't stop listening.
The story was hard to follow at times, jumping back and forth but it was so revealing about the characters.
The description of the video was very moving and you know who made it and why.
I love the reader, the descriptions of the city, you can feel the winter and cold. It was interesting to see the inspector in a tough emotional place
any Louise Penny
Great voice, great timing
I felt like I was there.
Another great addition to the Inspector Gamache series. I've read them all, but the audiobooks are so well done I'm listening to them each as well. The narrator is excellent and the sound quality is wonderful as well. Even if you've read the books I recommend listening to the audiobooks!!! Make sure you read/listen to the series in order though!
I love listening to the reader of the Louise Penny novels. Ralph Cosham helps make the stories come alive. He is the perfect voice for Chief Inspector Gamache. Louise Penny is a wonderful writer of mysteries. Every one I have read so far have kept my interest throughout the book. I love how she incorporates wonderful sounding food into each story. Makes me hungry! The people of Three Pines are delightful characters who are not perfect, but just quirky enough to be interesting.
I am reading the Three Pines mysteries in order and this is the best one yet. The narrator for the story is perfect. Chief Inspector Gamache is a remarkable character. Highly recommend Ms. Penny's books.
Me and my husband listened to this book together and so enjoyed the plots going on at the same time. It kept us thinking and trying to keep up with what was going on and it kept out interest through out the whole book. I hope you enjoy this book as much as we did
I enjoyed it cause i love all the characters but it wasn't as good as the previous books. The separate story running through it made it feel like 2 different books
The story told in flashback style about the kidnapping of the young agent and the emotion of trying to save his life. The detailed telling of this emotional part of the book was riveting, then you would be back in the present with Gamache dealing with the aftermath as he tries to solve another mystery. Very well written.
That absolute tragedy of the situation of the young agent and the discussions over the phone lines to keep him alive.
His voice is wonderful, his pronounciation of the French words add to the book rather than detract...I do not speak French, and I found the French phrases charming instead of annoying or leaving me lost. He does a wonderful job on all of these books.
right before the killer in Three Pines was revealed, I figured it out and what a shock! Very well written.
When I first read Still Life, I thought "What an odd story with odd characters" and decided to go on and listen to the second one and was hooked from there on. Anyone who watched quirky TV shows like Northern Exposure, Twin Peaks, etc can appreciate the oddball people who live in isolated, small towns - they grow on you after a bit. Just like in Three Pines.