family, caring, wolves
I especially liked the interaction of Dad with the wolves and how he integrated into the pack.
Can't make a difference, all Jodi Picoult's books are thought provoking.
Could have listened to this book in all one sitting, but unfortunately it was too long.
Looking forward to Jodi's next book on Audible.
Rhys Bowen is an accomplished writer. I've listened to most of Molly Murphy's adventures/experiences and will be looking for more books by Ms Bowen!
Molly gets herself into the most intriguing situations, but seems to come out unscathed. Really love Nicola Barber's Irish accent; it adds something special to the story.
The relationship between Molly and her friends - Syd & Gus is precious. They were truly best friends to Molly frequently supporting her with encouragement and good food.
It was hard to stop listening, my life kept getting in the way. This is a book that can be listened to in one sitting (if you have the time) because it's hard to find a stopping point.
For some reason, I've gotten this series out of order, but it doesn't really matter to me because I really love Molly and her adventures.
Don't Go was not the story I expected. Scottoline kept me on the edge of my seat through most of the story. Usually it takes me several days to a wk to listen to a mystery; but this novel I could not put down.
A father's love for his wife and his daughter, then disappointment - I felt like crying many times during the story.
The plot seemed to change many times, you don't know what Isaac will have to endure next.
don't remember readers
The suspense of what would happen to the child.
The medical examiner, who's thoughts about alternative medicine seem to be changing or not.
GG's voice changed with each character, so you knew immediately who was talking.
what happened to part 3? it's like an Alfred Hitchcock story - Audio says look for the next part, but it isn't there.....
I want to know who the phone call was from, etc....
Barbara B. Hagerty points out how to see God's touch in all different situations. It's amazing how much this book opened my eyes, so to speak, to the presence of God in many aspects of my everyday life.
This is the first book by M C Beaton that I've read. The characters come to life and have a life outside of the plot, which is very intriging.
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