Narration is great, it always takes me awhile to get used to a British accent though
I had trouble following until I found this list of characters.
I don't like the reader of this one as much. I was used to the other and this one reads a bit too fast for me!
maybe but not in audio
his monotone and reading so fast in parts of it made me almost forget about listening
He constantly refers to printed material that is not available, very annoying!
yeah, there would not be a cliffhanger at the end!
If the next book had been out I would have loved it, waiting years to find the rest of the story was a big disappointment
Yes, she is always a delight to listen to
I thought it was a Wayne Dyer type of book. I wrongly assumed "at work" meant in action and not at your job! I will just be more careful in choosing next time.
It was mostly boring statistics and no new ideas
taught me to choose more carefully. If you are very pessimistic, it might be what you need to start your journey toward being more optimistic?
It was so negative and the characters were so whiny and pathetic
Really didn't like this but Colin Firth's reading was wonderful, otherwise I couldn't have listened for almos 3 hours before I decided I just could not stand it any longer!
Yes, even though they are mysteries I love to revisit these books. I am a big fan of this author and love her descriptions of life in small town California.
Benni Harper, I loved her from the first book
The writer was very descriptive and I love that. On the down side was the subject was just a bit weird to me.
I didn't read the print one but the performance really added to my enjoyment.
I loved their voices and don't know if I would have envisioned that part with just reading!
Yes! But it gave me something to look forward to!
Yes, it was suspenseful enough to keep me interested and make the time fly by.
Yes, it was a good recommendation to get rid of the death penalty.
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