I love Phryne's attitude and the way she handles people. The description as usual are always enchanting.
This story is witty, and kept me laughing one minute and on the seat of my chair the next. I learned things about royalty and life in London.
I liked the characters and how the narrator brought their accents alive.
Katherine Kellgren is a very talented, brilliant actress that brought all the characters alive. For me, she made the story come alive. I recognized the characters just from "their voice".
This is the wittiest mystery I have ever read.
Yes, because you become engaged with the story from the beginning.
As the plot thickened it was suspenseful.
I had several scenes that I liked.
This book is pure pleasure. The way the Amish are portrayed is absolutely genius. It is like taking a vacation in your mind. I didn't want it to end so I went on and bought the next two in the series.
Remy was describing the home life of the family she was visiting and the feeling of love and warmth and how she wanted this life. I felt like I was in the room with her experiencing the companionship.
Cassandra does an absolutely superb job. Her voice adds to the whole experience of being around these very gentle people.
Please don't pass up the opportunity to enter into a gentler world.
I loved the development of the characters as they carried over from the previous book in the series of the Seasons of the Heart. I recommend starting with the first book of the series.
It Happens Every Spring and Falling for You Again by Cathering Palmer
I loved hearing more about the romance between the Scottland Yard Detective and Jessica Fletcher. It is always a pleasure to hear the desciptions of the surroundings and in this case I felt like I'd taken a mini tour of London.
My favorite scenes were the ones where she was interacting with all her friends that had come to London with her.
If you enjoy Murder, She Wrote books, this one will not disappoint. I'm biased because I enjoy the atmosphere and characters created by Jessica Fletcher and Donald Bain. This book is classic.
Jessica Fletcher, of course.
The flow of the book was all entrancing.
No, Harlan Coben can write, but he can't read
His reading was so off that he put emphases where it didn't belong and often confused the whole sentence structure. I spent too much time cringing to pay attention.
Engaging, charming, fun
The plot of the mystery itself was kind of plodding with lots of red herrings, but it was still good.
Jonathan Marosz is amazing. I would never want to just read this book. He brings it to life.
The story was excellent
The encounter with the family.
The reading was awkward, the timing was off. Pauses where there shouldn't have been.
Emphasis was misplaced. The reading was dead and lifeless.
I was just so very disappointed that they didn't use a more professional actor to read this wonderful book. I will have to get the book and read it myself just to get closure.
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