I really got into reading this book after chapter 25. Before that I felt it was overly descriptive and difficult to stay intrigued. after chapter 25 everything came together and I understood why the author needed to be so descriptive. I started to read the actual book had to switch to the audio version to finish. I loved the performance and the storytelling.
Kate Morton will not disappoint you. A wonderful story right up to the very last sentence. The narrator is fantastic as well.
The Secret Keeper kept my attention piqued the whole way through. I adored the characters and found the fascinating and riveting. Excellent and engaging narration.
Probably not. Caroline Lee was fine.
The pattern of descriptive text with no actual plot activity droned on an on in this book. It could have been condensed down to the essential story and I would have liked it quite a bit better.
The scene in which the bomb changed the whole story, that was brilliant.
It was hard to stick with it because so many parts were boring. I would probably have to say no, as it wasted so much of my precious listening time.
This may be my personal bias, but I really resent authors who fill their stories with so much descriptive verbage as to elongate the length of the book.
the story was very disjointed and was hard to follow. I was not able to finish listening to the book due to the foul language. Reader beware
Couldn't stop listening. Wonderfully weaves together stories of two young women in wartime London with the efforts of a daughter to understand a violent episode from her childhood.
Mom of twins, NC
I love the way the authors gives hints and tidbits but you will be surprised at the twists in this book! I LOVED this book!