Godchild by Vincent Zandri
The narration was top notch. One narrator but used different voices and did it very well.
The story was a good idea but, I don't think there was an editor involved. What the book needed was an editor who could edit like the Marines' cut hair.
By the 30th + chapter I didn't care if they ever got the kids back.
I would try to have a more feasible plot.
The whole book was just so ludacris.
The scene where they said Thank you for listening...
It inspired me not to buy these authors again. Didn't they use to create good excting books at one time?
If you've run out of ideas than start a new character and stop beating this one into the ground.
I didn't like the people. To me, they were whiney and pathetic.
I don't remember but, his narration was the best part of the book
The mother. The wimpy father. etc.
I had to restart a few times. Couldn't get into it but kept trying. Scattered and boring.
It's not my type of book. It's so convoluted and STUPID
I do like this narrator. I guess I just didn't like what she was required to do.
I can't narrow it down.
Maybe I shouldn't be critical because it's not my type of book. But, if a book is well written I think I would have enjoyed it even though it's not my genre.
People that watch Lifetime movies.
Not sure. Maybe, Harlan Coban
She's very breathy...like Marilyn Monroe.
The main character
It's been about 2 years since I've disliked a book this much. Gone Girl I didn't like because of the ending but it was a great read until the end. I can't even say that about Profiler's Daughter. It's so disjointed almost like the author put 2 separate books together. Not fish nor fowl.
This book is for people who like a lot of action and sound effects.
I guess there is a plot line but it's all about the weaponry. I'd like more of a story and less ammo talk. I didn't even finish the book. I don't care if they all die.
Narration was spot on. Great voices.
The best part was the narration.
Yes, I would highly recommend this book. Enjoyable and very likable characters. Great narration.
When they finally see room 14.
Great job with voice changes. Every character had a very distinct voice.
No but, they were kind to each other.
Very interesting story. Starts off nice and easy but you get that certain feeling that something isn't exactly right.
Easy read and very interesting.
The historical era and the older vs. younger views. Go from prohibition to moon landing.
Not sure. She did a great job.
Cora, of course.
I thought this book was going to be about just a young girl and her chaperone but, it was so much more. Louise Brooks has always been an interesting figure. Cora is so staright laced and Louise is a total free spirit. Their conflicts were interesting and well written. There is prohibition, adoption, long skirts vs short skirts...to show your ankle or not. Birth control information but, only if you were married. Going to jail if you lived "in sin".
A throughly enjoyable book hated to see it end.
More mystery. A great concept, a female Chinese PI. Book started off great and just went down hill.
No, I like the idea of a female Chinese PI
Narrator was good. I enjoyed her.
I don't know it's just a mish mash of characters. Her sister is not likeable.
It's as if the author had a ton of ideas and not enough Adderall. To me, she was all over the place.
I would cut about 1/4 of the book out. Tana French had to have been paid by the word. It's a good story but very bloated. on and on and on and on ..... The feeling of suspense is ruined by so much ruminating.
EDIT and then edit some more.
I liked the narrator.
Probably. Any C list Lifetime actor.
Why do good authors go "bad"? I was so excited to start her new book about half way thru I wanted to rip my ears off.
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