Colorado Springs, CO, United States | Member Since 2010
I will definately listen to The Witness again, if not possible 3 or 4 times due to the fact that it is written and preformed at such a level that it's a pure joy to listen to.
The Witness in basically quite incomparable. The closest I can think of is Nora Roberts "Chasing Fire". I have listened to "Chasing Fire" four times because it dramatizes the simplicity of the way a man and woman can be drawn together on a permanant level when they never saw that coming. The Witness goes from suspence, to murder to humor and back to suspense again. The story is anything if not totally interesting and a pure joy to listen too.
I can't begin to express hoiw very much Julia Whelan bring tlhe story to live with her dramatization of the different characters. If I were to simply read a hard copy, I would miss the little nuances of humor and pauses for suspense that Julia Whelan weaves into the dialoge of the characters. You couldn't have picked anyone better to narrate this book..
I had a very extreme reaction while listening to this book, in the way it was written causing me to laugh at qluite a bit of it. I had thought I would just listen to a few chapters and then go to bed. I was so drawn into the story that I hated to leave it to go to bed. It was just simply a book to listen to for total pleasure.
Yes due to the fact that from the very first, the characters are introduced and as the story progresses each feeling is described.
When Trent discovered he was a man of the west with specific values that he would fight for.
Trent, because he had enough forsight to realize that just being a fast gun wasn't enough. He knew the true gun fighter should stay in the background.
I have not read the print version, but it couldn't get much better than the audio edition.
This story has everything from intrigue, suspense, science fiction and comedy.
The lead character which was with the Secret Service.
When the psychiatrist was explaining "PINES"
I have to say Cole's Redemption ranks in the top 20 of all my audiobooks.
Zander because he is a person who gives 150% to everything he cares about, not just what is needed.
Kirsten Potters performance gives a nice experience.
When Zander's brain stopped and I wondered what would happen next.
Yes, because it has everything in it for anyone
Mercy is my favorite because she just lowers her head and bulls forward.
The fight at the burned warehouse.
Yes, because the plot is really interesting and you don't feel like blank is going to happen before it does.
3 partners in a private security firm and all top notch from 3 top notch branches of the service.
A deeply masculine voice with inflexion on just the right things.
Watch Out or they'll get you
I enjoyed the audio edition, but never read the print one
When Mercy refused to give up her investigation even though she'd been asked by several to quit.
Yes, I've listened to almost all of Mercy's adventures and this is in the top 4.
Felt bad when Mercy had her free will taken away.
Yes, this author is one of the top 10 in my list
When the house blew up.
I can't get over how she flexes her voice to give the characters different bodies.
The narrator was really good and did a good job so I could really get in to the story without becoming distracted.
When the assistant manager was taken control of in Amsterdam.
Not sure, because I was unfamiliar with the book.
Yes, because of the intensity.
Robin Monarch because he show his weakness and strength.
Jeff Gurner is excellent and brings the characters to lilfe
I would because it's such a refreshing style.
Bo because he has such patience.
Charlotte Kane does a wonderful job giving the characters in the story personalities.
Bear meets Wolf-Dog
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