This was one of the best books that I have listened to in quite a while. The narrator is extremely good and makes the characters believable. The story had kept you interested and wasn't predictable like so many are.
Charles Martin has a way of making you feel like you are there and part of the characters. This book is just as good as Chasing Fire Flies, the characters are believable, the story touches your heart, you ride the emotional roller coaster of the lives of the characters. It brought tears to my eyes several times, I didn't want to stop listening. You can't go wrong with this book.
I grew up reading and watching westerns. I was very excited to get into this one but the narrator ruined it for me. Seriously he was the wrong guy for the job. He made the Faith sound whimpy, and I'm sorry folks but cowboys can be friendly but these guys were pathetic and it all came down to performance for me. I will try to find this book and read it, I really think that I will enjoy this book so much more by creating the voices and personalities in my head.
From what I could stand to listen to the story itself is good, but couldn't stand the voices.
Although I prefer Eric Conger as the narrator of John Sanford books, I think that Richard Ferrone does a good job. With that said this book was another in a long line of great stories by John Sanford. The twist at the end I didn't see coming at all. Great listen and well worth the credit.
If I were guaranteed a sexy werewolf I would move to Alaska. I love the characters and how well she blends all the books in a series. This one had a bit more edge with the psycho ex-husband, but the ending was great. Another great series by Molly Harper.
If I had to go into the wilderness I would want to go with Anna Pigeon. She is the ultimate kick butt heroine. She is not afraid to do what needs to be done even if it’s killing. She has the touch of crazy and at the same time you know she is sane enough to get through whatever situation she faces. I love the conversations with the dog. This book not only had Anna as a heroine but all the female characters were tough and gritty.
This was another good listen from Molly Harper, however if you were expecting quirky and laugh out loud funny like the Halfmoon Hallow or Werewolf series this isn't it. Don't get me wrong its good, but make sure you know what to expect.
The description sounded much more exciting than the book was. The title led you to believe that it would involve more hauntings, but it didn't. I do have to say that I didn't see the ending coming but was still disappointed.
The story line was just too farfetched to believe. To think there could be that many dense people in one area and all in the same book was too much to go with. I had some hope in the middle that it would pick up the pace and get better but it didn't
I will condense the book for you: Woman with secret in her past marries spineless man who won't stand up to bigot father. Woman sees crime, runs; enter clueless FBI, more boring story line, book ends in less than exciting finish. Reader kicks self for wasting time with such horrible story.
This book was a great way to end the series. The story of three sisters has come full circle and did not disappoint. Great story, great narrator.
I love the Elvis Cole/Joe Pike books but the narrator on this one ruined the entire book for me. What kind of narrator pronounces word incorrectly??? I was going to let one mispronunciation go but when it kept happening with different words, it was too much. I couldn't even concentrate on the story. Honestly I don't understand why you would have multiple narrators for the same characters and story lines, it ruins the experience. Save yourself the agony read this book and avoid the audible version, its awful.
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