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.
Beguiling, exciting and suspense
The closest one I could compare it to would be "Private" due to the fact both were written with a turn......
I have not listened to any before, but I enjoyed this.
When the team went looking for their leader.
Yes, because it has both mixtures of darkness and light!T
The Sullivan ideals.
The Main character
Toward the end
Yes, because it had everything you could want in a book.
The detail in this story made it believable.
I had to laugh at this story.
The way the two partners got their capitol to start a ranch.
No thank you!
Yes, because of the depth the characters are unfolded to enable the listener to realize their driving motive.
When she made up he mind to move all her luggage to the Lairds Room
I liked the fact that Kirsten Potter brought the irish brogue out.
Yes, because of the way the story develops each character and gives each one their own voice.
Then the lady went to Kentucky for a job.
The way he developed each characters voice.
I never read the print version, but I really enjoyed the audio edition.
The way the story developed from the first meeting through to the end, there was nothing at all not to like best about the story.
When Will sit down to talk with Car's father before the move to Vermont.
When she hit the moose!
I would recommend this audiobook because it has intrigue, action, romance and humor!
My favorite character was the self appointed body guard because he was fired so many times.
I never read the print version, but I loved the audio edition.
Darkness Dawns is of a similar formula for the story.
When Christa and Shawn take Ettienne to meet their parents.
Yes, but it took two.
Yes, most definitely because I have read the printed version twice and only listened to the audio version once, so far. I loved the audio version the first time I heard it, even more than the print version.
When the retriever stops Travis from going down into the hallow.
The characters are brought to life.
No, because I was enjoying too much!!!
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