I've suffered through my LAST Nora Roberts book!
I've never been so put off by a book before. Apparently Ms Roberts lost command of the English language and could only come up with "G-D" to express herself. Or perhaps she thinks that's all Southern men know how to say? I won't be wasting my cash on her trash again.
Top 5! I had just listened to The Witness and thought no way can I find another as good. Totally different books with totally different narrators and both excellent audibles. I was so thrilled with Tom Stechschulte's performance.
I adored all of the characters. Tucker has to be my favorite with his smooth, deep voice going on the way he did. They all did and even the old towns people. Just a joy to hear each of them.
Tom Stechschulte brought this audible to life with every character that I felt I was right there. What fun it would have been to mingle with all those people aside from the murders. I had to stop, turn off my headphones and scream then jump up and down before I could finish the ending. I thought I had it figured out a few times but I sure did not!
It would be a long table with so many sitting there and I know I would laugh all night long just hearing their stories.
Thanks so much this one has me in search for more!
I would listen to this book again after some time has passed so I could be surprised by some of the events again.
Tucker, because he was so smooth and easy going. Even when he was upset he was still cool.
His southern drawl really pulled you into the story.
The acceptance and compassion that was showed by Tucker towards the little boy.
I've read and listened to this book multiple times. The story is layered, with small town dynamics and a well plotted mystery, and the audio interpretation is spot on. One of my favorites.