Worth the listen.
There was too much time given to legal proceedings and too many "final" chapters.
I didn't have a favorite. I thought she did good job giving different voice characterizations.
I can't say I was "moved," but more "astounded" that Bundy could accomplish the massacre at the sorority house in a 15 minute time span without anyone being the wiser.
It took so long for Rule to realize that Bundy was a killer. She sympathized with him far too long and it's hard to believe she couldn't see through him. But then again, I've never been (and hope never to be) in such a horrendous situation.
this is a good book. for true crime fans. kept my interest until the very end
I'm a true crime addict. I'm not sure why but it fascinates me. Although, up till recently, I have always preferred television shows and mini series to book or audio books on this subject. My TV is always tuned in to ID (Investigation Discovery). Ann Rule however is a master of the true crime genre. She makes the story come alive. You can see it unfolding as she reveals the bits and pieces that make up the true tale. I usually don't write reviews but Ann Rule has done such a fantastic job I felt like I had too. If you enjoy any aspect of true crime you will not be disappointed with this book. The narrator also does a wonderful job bringing the author's work to life. Her voice sounds like she is the author herself and when she narrates for others speaking, such as Ted himself, she dies a fantastic job of making her voice totally different to be that character. I would highly recommend this book over and over.
Just a bad reading, narrator sounds as if she's doing a children's book
author seems to be defending Bundy.....
Read this book YEARS ago... Decided to give it a listen.... Ann Rule is an awesome writer.... The narrator was good until she changed her voice and did characters... It was almost as disturbing as the story itself