It wouldn't have hurt to do some research on the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Some of the garbage that comes out of the mouths of church members could have been accurate if the author had check with the church. Not too hard to do. If she couldn't do that research, is the countryside she writes about real or does she make it up too. I enjoy a book that is accurate so that if I am ever in that area I can say this is just like *** , and I enjoyed that book so much.
I discovered Audible about a year ago, and I have not been the same!!
I was unsure at first about listening to this book. Sometimes a narrator will try to sound "southern" and the outcome is horrible. Not so in this case. Narrator was great, storyline believable, and the characters were well written.
When I was introduces to the main characters and all of their quirks!!!
Fishing, when she went to find the scientist and he was fishing. Her boots!!!
Yes, and I think that Reva McIntyre would/should play lead
Yes. For the love of the characters and the area.
Held your interest but enjoyed the ride even more.
She portrays the attitudes and accents the area.
How well do you really know anyone?
Good, mildly complex mystery story with good characters. I am from Georgia and felt like I have met most of the characters in the book. The narration lacks a little to be desired, however. The narrator has a pleasant voice, and a few of her characters were almost dead-on, almost exactly how I would expect the voice and accent of that person to sound. Mostly, though, she spoke too slowly and enunciated too precisely to sound like any normal person anywhere, southern or otherwise. I don't know if this was the fault of the narrator or the director, but it was very annoying. Not annoying enough to prevent me from enjoying the listen, but I would've enjoyed it a lot more if the narration had been better.
Ok first book for a new author. Fair warning- I'm OCD so when the story contradicted itself it really bothered me.
The narrator forgot her southern accent often which I also found irksome.
Hilary Huber did a wonderful job performing this story. Her voice draws you, the reader, in. The story was riveting. The author did a very good job keeping the reader in suspense, adding in humor, describing parts of Atlanta. and capturing the essence and nature of cults and other religions.
I hope people reading this remember that the characters who were thought of as Mormons were NOT actually mormons!! The behavior and crazy ideas of these characters is not what actual Mormons believe.