No, not if this is any indication of her style.
I can't say that there was any particular aspect that was really interesting. I did listen to the entire book and it didn't put me to sleep. Least interesting: pale reflection of Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.
She gave acceptable voice to the characters.
If you want something to listen to that doesn't require a lot of attention, here's your book.
Say something about yourself!
One day maybe...I enjoyed the character development of Liz/Abigale.
Her witnessing the murder of her friend.
I cannot identify any particular scene - I liked how she is so self-reliant.
Yes actually. I really enjoyed it.
Not a complicated story to follow - but enjoyable!
I would love to read another book this interesting. It kept you on the edge of your seat and was a great storyline. I loved it.
Probably one of the top 5 books I ever read...maybe the best, but definitely top 5
The main character was my favorite...she had a very good character within the story.
When the daughter stood up to her mother.
Loved the book
Abigail getting the sex of John's children wrong on the stand in court was the most disappointing thing. With her eidetic memory she should not have got something that important to her character wrong.
I like very much what Julia did with the story. She really made the story come alive.
Eidetic memory VS delayed justice. Can justice be done?
The thing that struck me about this story is the female lead Liz/Abigail was supposed to have this awesome eidetic memory. We learned Liz came to love the US Marshals protecting her- particular the day shift one John and Terry. They gave her her first experience of a life based on love and respect for her. She learned to love in return. They gave her- her first experience of a pseudo mother/father relationship. She made a point of keeping track of both of the Marshals families through the years she was in hiding. When she finally has her day in court- finally able to seek justice for her friend and the Marshals, she did not remember that John- her loving father figure- had a daughter and a son. This woman with this superb memory said John who gave his life for her, who's family she kept track of for more than ten years, she got on the stand and forgot the the sex of the children? How could she forget that he had a daughter named for Emily Bronte and say instead that John had two sons? She has done everything for this day in court. She wants justice for Julie, John and Terry. And when she get to court. she has a memory error? I don't know. It kind of messed up the Liz/Abigail character for me. Why did she have a memory lapse with her eidetic memory? Did the memory lapse call into doubt her credibility? Did the memory lapse leave a whole big enough for Ilya, his criminal family and cohorts to wiggle out and deny John, Terry and Julie justice? The question really kind of spoiled things for me.