Narration so bad, hard to stay with story, so, I did not. Wish I could return it.
Unfortunately the narration is so bad that I can't even focus on the story. My advice is skip this book or read the hard copy. The cadence and the "breathing and swallowing of the narrator is too distracting. Ugh.
Having read the negative reviews of this book for some reason I purchased it anyway. Having read one of her books I knew it wasn't 'Bones' the tv series and was based in Quebec.
The narration was good. Ok sometimes 'breathy' but it was just one isrening to someone tell you their version of events. Annoying - definitely not.
Too much French I read a couple of times was there a need? It's set in Quebec where their language is French so yes street names stores etc will be in French. Her writing a very few of the phrases in French and then translating them into English I felt lent flavour to the overall story.
Overall I enjoyed the narration the story and background information and am looking forward to the next book.
My advice on any book. Try them and broaden your horizons. Who knows one persons hate is another's enjoyment.
I've read others in the series before. Decided to start at the beginning and can't wait to read the next one. I'll be following through the entire series.
I couldn't keep listening. I really wanted to but it was so tedious to listen to the in depth medical data... I get it- lets move on. Note I didn't make it more than 2 hours in.... Maybe it gets better after that.
Yes. Though I am a huge mystery novel addict, and not everyone feels the same. If you like a good mystery, I would absolutely download this book.
Her pronunciation of French words is spot on. Also her cadence really flows similarly to how I read. Made the whole expedience feel less like an audiobook and more like I was reading the novel myself.
the story was good but the technical descriptions were long and drawn out. brings to mind the hur tv shows that should've benn a half hour