Yes, I would listen again. This was an excellent story. I would listen again, because it was so detailed, I sure I missed something the first time around.
Kiss the Girls by James Patterson. I would compare the author to James Patterson, Patricia Cornwell and John Grisham.
The scenes where Dr. Jamie gradually started revealing himself. Also, the scene where they caught him on the river and he drowned.
I've don't have the print version of Focus. This was my first audio/book by Leo Babauta. I'm willing to purchase other books by this author.
I've always said twitter and facebook was a huge was of time, but really needed for authors and people trying to grow their business. Leo offers solutions to the social media distraction. I also enjoyed the fact that Babauta offered solutions. Some books in this genre send too much time discussing the issue, but offer little solutions.
One pointer I've started using: Make a daily to do list, pick three IMPORTANT task and focus on those task first and early in the day when I have the most energy.
I would listen to Tattooed again. Actually, I plan to listen again. I was multi-tasking, (LOL) and missed some key information in the first two hours. As a result, I was a little confused.
I've come to love the characters from the other novels. Therefore, I'm concerned for them and they drove the novel and kept me on the edge of my seat.
She did an outstanding job. Eva has the perfect narrator voice.
The ending. I was shocked Kate didn't recognize the setup. And, I couldn't believe Kenzie got away with murder, TWICE!!!
I loved the story and suspense. Pamela Callow has quickly become one of my favorites.
Yes it did. However, I listened to the books out of order. Listening to Indefensible first ruined some of the plot twist for me. But, I was hooked til the bitter end.
My favorite scene was when Kate broke into the funeral home. I was so afraid. Acutally said to myself, Kate what are you doing stupid.
I was moved by the two elderly ladies. They were sharp. And no one was going to take advantage of them because of their age.
If Sylvia Day would have come up with her OWN story instead of hijacking E.L. James Fifty Shades storyline, this could have very well been a better story. I'm waiting for the lawsuit, cause this is Plagiarism at its best.
No, it has not. However, I will not listen or read another book by Sylvia Day.
The narrator did an excellent job. I will listen to other books by Jill Redfield.
This book had NO redeeming qualities.
This was a total waste of a audible credit. As an avid reader, I'm aware that some books will have many similarities. I'm simply appauled that Sylvia Day copied and passed the work off as her own. In my honest opinion, she cheated readers and give good authors a bad name. WHERE IS THE LAWSUIT!!!
Awesome, Action, Adventure
This was Eric Jerome Dickey at his best. This story was so creative. I loved all the action, and the ending...OMG so unexpected. BUT GOOD.
My favorite scene was when Dominque tired to make amends with the women from the car accident.
FOOL FOR LOVE.
Yes, I would listen to Fifty Shades of Grey again. It was a good little love story. If you listen the BDSM was part of character development, and not just sex on a page, or should I say audio.
Christan Grey, cause he was really messed up. I like the fact that he developed along the way.
Grey...Becca did an excellent job on his voice and character.
Sorry, really can't see this in film. Plus I don't believe anyone could perform as well as Becca Battoe. I would not be interested in a movie. Sorry!
It ranks high, however I'm a new audiobook member with only six book in my library.
OMG, when Ana shot Jack.
When Ana was in the hospital.
I laughed throughout all the Fifty Shades books. Becca Battoe did and excellent job.
This was by far one of the better audiobooks. I put this up their with Midnight in the Garden. Both were good listens.
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.
She did Christen Grey very well.
When Grey realized his old way was not working and he had to change to keep Anna.
The female narrator's voice was irritating. Made it difficult to listen.
First Audible listen, but I've read a few Mary B. Morrison novels. I'm a fan.
Not Nicole Small. But Cary Hite, I would try another one of his novels.
More disappointment...thought the characters were silly acting adults. Simply Hilarious
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