I listen to audio edition of most books I "read." On the road at least 1.5hrs/day. Audio books make the time fly. I listened to the audio edition of All That Remains to and from work and while working in the yard. For that reason, I preferred the audio version. But at times I found myself wishing I had the print version because I was not enjoying the narrator.
Maybe the Richard Castle books. Liked the stories, didn't like the narrator. Actually found the books difficult to get through because of the narration.
Don't know. If the review of a book is good enough, I might suffer through.
When I was reading rather than listening I loved Cornwell. This is my first Cornwell book in many moons. While the story was good I just couldn't get involved with the narration. This is one of those books I think I'd rather curl up with and read to myself.
I don't usually rush out for all the "best sellers", but give each intriguing book/author a look. I have found many diamonds in the rough.
Kay Scarpetta is a medical examiner who has been trying to solve a case concerning a serial killer for many years. No evidence is ever found at the murder sights and she cannot find cause of death for any of the victims. The story started out interesting and the characters were believable, however, about three quarters of the way through the mystery became convoluted. To many what if's and conjectures with not enough evidence to support some of the theory's. I was going to rate it a four because most of the book was pretty good with the exception of the end, but the recording needs to be cleaned up. An echo ran through out, slight but still present.
My husband & I have listened to a number of the Scarpetta novels & this was 1 of my favorites! Plenty of mystery, but not so much gore as in later books. An excellent book to listen to on a long journey.
This might be ok but it is an old book and is irrelevant by today's standards
In my top five for sure.
I like that the storyline was simple and easy to follow.
I just like her narration in general.
I would recommend this to anyone into mystery and detective novels. It has a similar feel to the Patterson Women's Murder Club series, which I loved!