I was blow away by the complexity of the story. It had me guessing from the first page to the last. The plot twists and characters were so well developed and slowly exposed throughout the book. It was suspenseful and difficult to turn off. One of the best suspense/mystery novels I've listened to in a long time. It had the same gritty/original feel as, "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo."
It's simple really, I am just a guy looking to enjoy the writing and reading talents of others while raising my family the best I can, just Like most everyone else!!!
I very much enjoyed my first Nele Neuhaus book and I hope to soon find more of her novels available in english. In the begining I was tempted by the name of the book but once I started listening I found myself deeply entertained and I wound up sitting and listening much longer than I had expected. It is a little different than my usual reads but it is probably even more entertaining (there's that word again!). I refuse to talk much about the story because I will probably destroy some of the beautifully woven pieces, so I will only say that, for me, it would be worth twice the credits that it cost. I say that because I think Nele must of spent a great amount of time weaving this novel and I don't mind paying more to experience it's beauty.
Thank's for reading my thoughts on "Snow White Must Die". P.S.: For those that want to know, there is not much bad language or graphic violence to be found. Sure there are murders and such but Nele included them just how this father of two kids prefers, with taste and respect. "Snow White Must Die" is a bit of a throw back to the older mystery writer days that produced so many great writers, less junk and more quality! Good job Nele, I would let my older teen read it, and that's not too easy to say these days.
I would recommend this book to a friend. It is suspenseful and keeps you guessing up to the end. You think you have it figured out, and then the story takes another turn!
I didn't want to stop listening! I really hoped it wouldn't end.
There need to be more audibooks available by this author.
YES, I really enjoyed it, I loved the pace and characters. I wanted to keep listening every day but in this case I am sad my commute is not 15 hrs long :)
They all work together really well, I couldn't pick a favorite.
I did not enjoy how short the breaks were in between chapters or voices. It was hard to follow at times because it seemed like just another sentence pause but after a few moments I would realize we changed voices and tones. It was confusing throughout the book because of the reader. I enjoyed his voice and tone but really did not appreciate the too short pauses in between chapters.
You just can't totally guess where this story is going. Pay attention.
I liked the fact that it was a story with many mini stories going on within the theme of the whole.
Absolutely! It would be a entertaining thriller.
I loved this book from start to finish because it constantly kept me guessing. The characters are great and it depicts real life events. Great book.
This book was very good although at times it was a little lengthy. The story line is unique with twists along the way I didn't expect. If you like a mystery this book is definitely one I would recommend.
You think it's over, and the plot just thickens more. Everybody is guilty in this story! I'm pretty good at figuring things out. I did, but then the twists and turns entered. A must to add to one's listening library.
I listen to a lot of books and mysteries are my favorite. Snow White Must Die is now in my topic twenty.
What I like most about Snow White Must Die is it kept me guesstimating and miss predicting, who’s the villain?
I have not had the pleasure to listen to Robert Fass perform before but would listen to him again. He made it easy for me to recognize each character.
My extreme reaction to this book is it held my interest throughout a weekend.
The book It is worth the money.
His voice puts character in the story. Some narators can't do that. I know it must be hard to be a narator but he's ok