Nora Roberts' story telling is peerless. She creates characters who come alive, writes dialogue that sounds real, establishes story lines that keep you enthralled.
Yes - more than once I found my heart racing as events unfolded toward inevitable confrontation.
After a dozen years running from people who want to kill her, will she stop running now and take a stand for love?
interesting, informative, worthwhile
None in particular--it's nonfiction. The entire book was well worth listening to.
The narrator had a pleasant voice, but it was a little too restrained. On the one hand, it was sort of appropriately quiet for a book on introverts, but it felt a little too on the nose for me.
Yes, because the content was interesting and thought-provoking.
It's not a story. This is nonfiction. I liked the ideas.
Somebody more experienced with narration. Seth wasn't terrible, but it sounded stiff and unnatural, which was a little distracting to me.
To think more about the ideas he presented. I will listen to it again.
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