pleasant, winsome, entertaining
I like the down-to-earth common sense that Precious Ramotswe lives by. She is a delightful character that one wants to sit down and have a cup of redbush tea with.
I particularly enjoyed the scene where she confronts a young man about a sensitive issue, which she handles non-judgmentally but in a helpful way.
After this one, no. I've listen to other books by Smith and enjoyed them, but this one was awful.
I love all the characters in the stories but the human insight is the best part of all Mr. Smith's books. Such universal wisdom in each novel.
I love this series, The #1 Ladies Detective Agency. It presents a view of life worth hearing and trying to live up to. I have listened to or read every book in this series. I wouldn't necessarily listen to it again as some of the beauty of it is how the story unfolds.
I always love the characters and how they interact and grow.
The plots always keep me interested. I read this book in one sitting.
Lisette Lecat is the perfect reader for this series. Her accent as well as her understanding of the material make for a wonderful visit in Botswana.
Of course and I did.
Alexander McCall Smith keep them coming.
Lisette Lecat is delightful with that charming voice.
He is not an edge of the seat author.
I have heard many of her performances, and they are perfect for his books.
I am a loyal reader of the Botswana series. They just make you feel good. I have read some but prefer listening to these books.
Having read the previous eleven books of this series, I looked forward to this one. Compared to the previous ones, this book is flat. There is but one
This series was unique and it has come to an end.
The narration was good as usual.
There is a resolution to the character of the apprentice. He is granted adulthood.
NO! I will listen to almost anything. If I can't listen it's bad
NO! One time was enough for me
NO! Would not waste my money are credits.
Take your pick. I did not enjoy any of them
Book was slow and boreing