Since I don't have the print version, I can't say. But since I joined Audible, it is hard to "read" a book, I love having them read to me. I like how the narrators try to have different voices for the characters.
Susan and Archie are my favs. Susan because she is just plain awesome. She is smarter than the average bear. I like Archie because is just a normal guy. No super powers to get the job, he has faults (some that cost him dearly), and he is just one of those likeable guys.
Not sure, she does pretty good with all of them. Altough I really liked the way Caroline McCormick would have Gretchen say "Archie" and "Darling" and "Sweetheart". Kinda breathy Marilyn Monroe-ish.
Parts or it were funny and parts were can't stop reading because I gotta find out what happened
You really have to listen to these in order, they do follow a story line and characters from the other books make appearances. I really liked this series and can't wait for the next.
An avid audiobook listener.
I like the characters and the suspense.
No particular one moment. They were all good.
Her voice is true to each character.
Lady serial killer.
Yes, but only if they like serial killers
How Gretchen always comes out on top
Some of her other books have been more gruesome
Silence of the Lambs reminiscent but no where near as gripping, yet a decent story, not a waste of time... basically a romance novel with dark tones.
No! A narrator who put a bit more life into it may have helped grab a bit more interest!
Anyone with the ability to put a story across!
Yes, I turned it off about two hours into the 1st part!
Nothing good about this book !keep your credit
not writing it
if you listen to Julia Whelan you will understand why christina performance is so bad