This book is magnificent. It is well read and I didn't want to listen to the last bit because I didn't want it to end.
Wow. Fantastic narration, beautiful language, and typical Dickens - many characters and a finely woven storyline. It is a long book but worth every minute.
A wonderful read about a boy, Fin, growing up in the sixties in Greenwich Village, with his sister Lady his guardian. Anne Twomey's narration was exceptional. I am the same age as Fin and enjoyed my trip back to a different time.
I enjoyed this book. For a while I thought it would turn out too smoochy but that wasn't the case. The narrator was ok and the storyline kept me interested.
This book kept my attention and the narrator read beautifully. It was just the right length and probably would have become tedious if it was any longer. It did get me thinking about the relationship between captor and captive.
This was a great listen. The narrator really made the book with his different character voices and accents. I found myself laughing aloud and will definitely purchase more in the series.
Two city boys are sent into the country for re-education. Set in China in 1970's when Mao was the ruler. I really enjoyed the narration.
An interesting insight into the South through the eyes of 12 year old Frankie. She is desperate to escape a world where she doesn't fit in. Susan Sarandon's narration was excellent.
One of my favourite authors. Burke's description is so good scenes come alive like magic. Dave Robicheaux is one of the good guys, the underdog who ties to do the right thing.
I enjoyed this book. It kept my interest while on a long drive and was prepared to sit in the car and listen to more when I arrived so I guess that is a compliment. The narrator was fine and the storyline moved just fast enough.
I really enjoyed this book. Uncle Willie is a hero. Great insight into abandoned boys. I would highly recommend this book.
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