Kaleo Griffith is a new favorite narrator. He narrates in such a way that you can tell when the characters are thinking as well as talking, and his voices are nicely done. This story was fast paced and had a lot of action (both kinds...).
I enjoyed this story right up until the end - tiny spoiler here, but not for the plot - where the female character seemed to go from being an independent, driven, curious journalist to a stay-at-home mom in the blink of an eye. This struck me as odd and out of character, and even more odd because all her female friends at the paper still seem to work there even after starting families.
I won this audio in a contest. I had heard good things about the book before but had not read it yet. I really enjoyed this audio. Joyce Bean is a favorite narrator for me and I enjoyed her narration as I expected. The story was good, and the flawed characters - especially how they retain flaws after miracles happen to them - were realistic to me because of the flaws that stuck around. I think this is one of Linda Howard's best novels.
This story has lots of humor and many sweet moments. I enjoy this series and this is a solid addition to it.
I wish we had seen a little more interaction with the senior crowd (I love the senior crowd at Lucky Harbor!), and would love to know how the gallery showing went for Ali's ceramics. The narration was good, though the audio seemed to vary here and there, with a semi-echo quality occasionally - a distraction but not a problem. The narrator did distinguish all the different voices pretty well.
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