Books are to me what exercising is to those enthusiast. My pleasure is sitting down with a good book,its like" Calgon it takes me away"
Yes for Ms Howard. No for Mr Boutsikaris.
More insight to the characters. The story could have been a little more detailed.
Narrator could have had more expression.
He was a little to lackluster for me. The entire reading was much to monotoned.
No, it was not one I would be interested in.
THIS IS THE FIRST OF THE MACKENZIE BOOKS THAT FELL A LITTLE SHORT IN MOST AREAS. I AM NOT SURE WHAT WAS MISSING. IT WAS GOOD BUT NOT ONE I WOULD READ AGAIN REAL SOON LIKE I WOULD THE OTHER MACKENZIE BOOKS. LINDA HOWARD IS STILL ONE OF MY TOP AUTHORS AND I HAVE FOUND VERY FEW THAT I WOULDN'T READ OVER & OVER. THIS ONE JUST DIDN'T HAVE THE SIZZLE THE OTHER ONES DID. I AM GLAD IT ENDED WITH FAMILY BECAUSE THAT IS ALWAYS GOOD.
The story was okay, but the narrator was awful! The only emotion that he seems to be able to portray when he's doing a female voice is boredom. I listened to each of the Mackenzie books available in audio format because I like the stories and author, but had to force myself to finish each one because of the poor narration. The only complaint I have about the stories themselves is that I didn't like how the perspective changed back and forth between the main characters without notice or clear indication.
Where is the novels dealing with Alex and Josh Mackenzie, and will there be others, maybe with the grandchildren. Please do not let this be the end!!!