This has got to be one of the best books I've listened to of Nora Roberts in a long time. The story, was so natural and had a long slow burn (pun intended), it didn't feel like I'd heard the story before. The details seemed so authentic about the practices, feelings and duties of the Fire Jumpers (no idea if it was but it sure felt real). Keeps you guessing and on your toes!
It was just ok. If you needed a Nora Roberts fix it would do.
I enjoyed learning about the "smoke jumper" culture. I learned quite a bit.
Her voices were ok.
Have more respect for people who fight wildfires.
Interesting mysterious story
This is my first Rebecca Lowman narrated book and I enjoyed listening to her. She kept me interested and her different voices for different characters were believable.
i love listening to stories in my car!
I figured out who did it right away, but the storyline wasn't bad I enjoyed the book regardless . The reader was real good I enjoyed her as well
Loved this story. Loved the info about smoke jumping and wildfire fighting. As always , Nora Roberts weaves a story of love, loss, and intrigue.
great story, liked how she made sure we knew each character. I was thinking Jim really didn't die but was suprised at the end! enjoy, loved the details of the background in scenes. Enjoy
The sound of Rebecca Lowman's voice is fine, but the clipped, staccato, rushed way of speaking left me quite irritated. Most of the characters sounded the same, which made it hard to figure out who was talking if their name wasn't mentioned. It was difficult to tell which gender was speaking, they all sounded like women.
Everything had a rushed, hurried quality to it as if it were all high drama. 15 plus hours of that is way too much for me. I had read the book some time back and enjoyed it, but Ms Lowman's way of narrating killed the book for me. I don't know if she is new to narrating or not, but I won't be buying anymore books with her as the narrator.