Definitely at the top. One of the best audiobooks I've listened to, I found it hard to stop listening and when I wasn't listening, I was thinking about when I could turn it on again!
I don't know if I could pick just one! I would say that the one thing that stuck out for me was when the sons we talked about...it made me sad that they were being raised by a complete monster.
Sarah, she seemed to be such a strong character and then she would do something that left me thinking..."why would she DO that????". And then the responsibility she took at the end, amazing.
Yes if you want to know the details surrounding this case.
The depths in which one person full of hatred would go to strike back at another. Pure narcissist behavior unveiled.
I truly enjoyed the fact that his voice captured the essence of the characters and kept me interested through a very lengthy storyline. I enjoyed hm so much so that I searched for all the books he had narrated and will be listening to more from him.
A Case of Sheer Betrayal
Although the book is long....I was captivated by the story and I was saddened by the fact that the police seemingly could not do anything to stop him.
I will and I have. I've also watched the movie several times. It amazes me the type of people that walk among us and I never get tired of seeing a hearing how far Brad Cunningham went before he was finally stopped.
Geez, to narrow it down.... I can't think of ONE moment, it was just the culmination of little things he did daily that when added together showed how evil this man was.
I don't know if he brought anything to the story, but he didn't detract from it...which is more important. I drives me crazy when the narrator takes you out of the story.
Unless you live in the area, you wouldn't know that he was mispronouncing some names. That was the only thing I would change...make sure you say the names correctly. It's Will-AM-ette...not Will-uh -met, etc...
Makes me angry that monsters like that live when beautiful souls suffer.
If you like true crime, you will like this.
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I have read the book before this & it was very different to hear the story narrated.
I like the way Ann Rule presented all sides of the story. you hear the story of both victim & killer as well as how both family's were affected.
you also get a very in depth look at a cold calculating man who will stop at nothing to get revenge even murder.
I didn't have a favorite character, all of them were very well done
I really learned a lot about how the laws can differ from state to state
If you like true crime Ann Rule writes some of the best books I have ever read
AUDIBLE MAKES READING POSSIBLE AND EASY FOR ME...I AM VISUALLY IMPAIRED. I WISH THEY HAD ALL THE BOOKS I WANT I WOULD SNAP THEM UP!
the story was well researched, was interesting, and no detail of was left out.
the completeness fo the story.
i don't know.
many moments. sarah particularly moved me with her selflessness and kindness.
Crazy Dog Lady
The story was excellent, and the narration was as well. I was caught up in the story, and found it difficult to turn off.
I'm a big fan of Ann Rule and the true crime genre. This is as excellent as any of her other books.
The richness of his voices for the characters in the book. I'd never tried an audiobook until December of 2011, and I love the way they allow me to listen to something interesting while I work. The drama of the narration kept me anticipating the next part of the story.
I was caught up in the whole story right up until the end!
I sew professionally, so this lets me keep my mind busy while doing repetitive tasks and makes the time pass much quicker!
I am rarely seen without my headphones on and my iPod clipped on my waist. I love my books.
This is one true crime book that kept my interest. I is very well written and narrated. I personally don't mind the length of the book. I always get the unabridged versions of the books that I buy to get the longest enjoyment. When I finish a particularly good book, I find it sad that it is over. I crave more. I think that this as well as "The Devil in White City" are two of the most interesting true crime books that I have read. (Listened to)
Avid reader turned listener.
This was my first Ann Rule book, and I must say that I greatly enjoyed it. I am a fan of the true crime genre and this is definitely a home run. A few of the other reviewers mentioned they didn't like the narration, but I didn't hear anything wrong with it. There are some parts of the story that made me cringe, and it there were 1 or 2 repetitive parts making it a bit longer than necessary, but overall I loved it. I would highly recommend to a true crime fan.
I live in Oregon, so I apologize for what might seem a picky complaint. I'm a fan of Ann Rule, have been for years. I'm used to her writing style and this book doesn't disappoint. It was made into a Lifetime movie that was also well-done. Having said all of that, as Chris stated in his review, the narrator's voice had that creepy/sinister edge to it. If that wasn't bad enough (here comes the picky part), he kept mispronouncing "Willamette," which, for Oregonians, is a big thing. Every time he said it, I cringed. So I'd have to say read the book, watch the movie, but this audiobook? Meh.