I am a huge fan of Louis L'amour, I have read every book he has written. So it is nice to get to have the books read to me for a change. I also like the fact that these books don't have a lot of swearing and sex, I can listen to this book and not worry about my kids. I reall liked the narrator.
I loved how just when you think the mystery was solved, there was a new direction.
Though I guessed from the begining who-done-it, the story still kept me engaged enough to listen to the whole thing. I really enjoyed the characters journey to the truth.
I really like how well she switched between the accents of the characters
I did listen to this in one sitting.
I thought this book was not too bad. It is a sad story. I felt the reader wasn't too bad, but the story is good in the begining and then at the end she rushes through. It seemed the author lost intrest at the end, or was in a hurry to finish. The end isn't on par with the rest of the book.
This book was amazing, but the narrator left something to be desired. I really wished they had gotten a younger reader to read the book.
This story was well written for the most part, but I felt it got a little wordy is some spots. I love the ending, things were not left hanging all the lose ends were tied up nicely. I got a little confussed a couple times, so I had to rewind it. This wasn't terribly suspensful, but I must have had enough to keep me reading. I hope I didn"t give any thing away.
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