I have listened to this book several times and I catch little things I missed on the the previous times good strong characters.. Sheds good light on what hot shots and smoke jumpers go through.
I really liked Gull, he gave the story a little fun and made it less serious.
I have listened to a few other Rebecca Lowman's performances. She is great at distinguishing voices for people. You're never confused about who is talking. I think that it holds up to her others.
The murder storylines were interesting, but I found myself getting lost during the fire scenes. They were really fast paced and there was a lot of firefighter jargon that got very confusing.
I found the book to be slow to start but it became very suspenseful with each chapter. I loved the characters and did not find this story predictable. It was one of the best reads in a long time.
I like to read/listen on my way to and from work...it keeps me OFF my phone and FOCUSED on driving!! ;)
The story was good and I would recommend it to other Nora Roberts fans or anyone else for that matter. The only thing that I didn't like was that there was so much about fighting fire. I mean, I know it was what they did but it was just one fire too many in my opinion. The other recommendation is that there was a little Mystery in the story but there really was not enough background on any of the other characters to really have a reason to suspect any of them. I did guess who was wreaking all the havoc but it really was only process of elimination not because there were any character details to give away the suspect.
This started out very slow and the first third of the book tends to be boring. I am glad I hung in there because it did amp up and catch my interest. It did give me some insights into the mind of those who fight fires! That part seemed well done.