Colorado Springs, CO, United States | Member Since 2010
OMG!! This a facinating new series and I really enjoyed it. It has to be in my top five favorites.
One of the most memorable moments I had was when Docia was asked if she wanted to live or continue though the mist to death. She thought about all the deaths there had been in her family and all she had now was her and Jackson.
I would not have been able to hear the accents of the characters if I had just read it.
I would absolutely listen to Outlaw again for many reasons, first of which it grabs your attention and holds on to it drawing you into the story deeper and deeper. There never is a time when you get bored with the fine details of the whole story.
When Robin jumps the 15 feet from the sea wall to the ocean and starts to tow his wounded ex-comrade to shore.
When Monarch realized his gun was jammed and he had to rescue the Secretary of State with an axe that he was unfamiliar with.
When the cherry bomb was thrown at Monarchs face.
I would say in the top 20 or 30
The protection angle
The narration was steady
I didn't really like this story very much.
I have to say suspense, romance and intrigue.
Thomas because he is such a protective boy scout when he finds his life partner.
Not sure, but I did enjoy this one.
I have never read a print version of any of Molly Harper Books, but I do enjoy Amanda Ronconis performance.
Yes, I feel they were better and more light hearted.
A really fun, unusual and different type story
The werewolf because I thought he'd show some backbone.
The care taker because she shows such versatility.
Yes because it is so well written. From the way this installment is written to it's end, it makes a clear assessment of falling in love, into the initial stages of Alsheimers. In 2000 my mother began to display the same symptons as the doctor, so I knew exactly what they were going through.
Eric because he had overcome so many hurdles and would always be a decent working guy.
I have listened to many of Therese Plummer's other performances, and as usual, they are always a treat
Yes, but I had to cut it to two sittings.
All of the action more than opened up the listening experience.
Adam was my favorite because he knows what is important and bows to their importance.
Suspenseful at the start,
Mysterious in the middle and
Humorous at the end
Dragon Bound due the humor of the author
Sophie Eastlake is truly a fantastic craftsman when developing the different voices and the added talent of showing how different people talk in different locals of the United States.
See who bites who first and see which bite really lasts!
I really love this book!!
No, it was too dry.and I had a hard time getting past the first few sections.
Hope, Faith Determination
Not sure there is a comparison.
I have listened to both books by Ms. Harris and I loved them both.
The story continues!!
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