Definitely would recommend this book as it's so much more than what one might expect from the title and cover.
Jimmy. I can't say for fear of spoiler but if I could sit with one of them and chat over drinks and a meal it would be him.
Much like her other book, I never want the current time line / plot line to pause and when it does I begrudgingly go to the next story in process only to have the exact thing happen when that one pauses and the other one is picked up again. Every Single Time. Just awesome really.
As far as the story goes, his book does not disappoint. it has all the usual twists and turns of Kate Morton and keeps you guessing right until the end. I have listened to lots of books narrated by Caroline Lee as I am a huge fan of Liane Moriarty, however her English accent (I think it was meant to be Coventry) was awful - bless her heart! However it did not distract me from the gripping story line and engaging with the characters and usually a bad accent would be a deal breaker for me! If you're reading this review don't let that put you off- it is a great listen, with the people and places painted for you vividly by Kate Moreton and brought to life with charismatic charm by Caroline Lee. Well worth it.
I enjoyed the history and the story very much, but it was twists and turns that made this a wonderful romantic mystery.
The accents, if they had been authentic, may have helped...but even then, nobody speaks (spoke) with these inflections.
Well I liked her reading Leanne Moriarty, contemporary Australian, obviously knows her material but not outside of Australia PLEASE!
How does something so shallow, so badly written (what about looking at the key Laurel was about to turn and wondering, what would she find? What! I screamed at the audio, then open it you silly woman and find out! Put us out of our misery) get so many stars? I feel like Alice in the Looking Glass, fallen down a hole where crap writing is exalted to literary status! Help.
Yes, I don't regret it. Wasn't the best but was good.
It definitely had times where it seemed to drag...and then others were very intriguing.. so it averaged out a bit.
I really enjoyed this one. Loved the twist - anticipated it, but loved it. It was an entertaining read for the start of summer.