Yes! Burke's descriptive writing, plot and of course, Patton voice.
Yes. I was caught up waiting to see what each character was going to do next, how the plot would unfold and if Hack would ever give in to Pam.
Hackberry Holland. Will Patton is able to convey Hacks tortured memories of the POW camp, his longing for his deceased wife and his stubborness in letting himself love again.
I think almost everyone will be able to relate to the characters in this book on some level. There are a few laughs and a few places where one might want to cry. I wanted to tell Hack he was fortunate to have two women in his life who really loved him. But, he finally realizes this in the end.
YES! I hope Burke has a fourth book coming in this series. He left the main characters injured in Mexico. Also, Burke and Patton are a great combination.
Yes, I will listen to Rain Gods again. I enjoy Burkes discriptive writing and Pattons narration. Because of the length of this book once is definitely not enough.
Hacks flashbacks of the Koren POW camp.
I LUV his voice and he gives each character a different voice helping to see their personalities.
When Hack finally gives in to Pam.
I luv the Burke and Patton combination. I wish Patton narrated all of Burkes books.
Great story line.
What happened at the Alamo.
I LOVED how he had a different voice for each character. I almost felt like a knew them.
When Sun went back for White Man's Woman.
Will Patton is a wonderful narrater. I especially enjoy James Lee Burke's discriptive writing.
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