Indian Hill is Waaaaayyyyy up there on my favorites.
I bought it because I saw that Mike Talbot was the main character and Sean Runnette was the reader. LOVE them both
Someone else said thae Sean IS Mike Talbot and I couldn't agree more. He has captured Mike's personality perfectly. He also does female voices fairly well. So many men use lisps to use female voices but Sean just uses a softer higher pitch which is more to my liking.
The book held my interest from the beginning. When Mike Talbot had a reaction you can be sure that I had the same one. Anger, disgust, illness etc.
I love the fact that Sookie ended up with the character I wanted her to end up with.
I loved hearing Sookie realize how many people were in her corner at the courthouse and then again at the bar.
Well, besides Sookie I think little Diantha is my favorite character.
I'm truly puzzled by the negative criticism. I agree that other books have been better but to say she shouldn't have put all the characters in is just wrong. Personally I don't want to WONDER what happened to everyone.
I am disappointed in how Eric's character was handled. Obviously he had to be eliminated in order for Sookie to end up with Sam and I agree that most books seemed like they were heading for a Sookie/Eric forever relationship - however - In order for Sookie to be happy with the rest of her life she needed to be with someone that she could actually marry and have children with. Duh Eric probably should have been killed off instead of having him turn his back on her.
If there were a #14 I would expect Sookie and Sam's relationship to bloom!
What happened to the children? I half expected Sookie to end up with Eric and adopting her little cousin and the orphaned children of Arlene.
The main character was totally unbelievable. And I got really sick of hearing her say "Oh my!"
Maybe. Her voice is pleasant.
All of them.
I didn't find this book the least bit erotic. In fact it frequently got boring. The characters were poorly developed and unbelievable.
I love stories where the main characters are married or at least in love. This is such a story. As the story builds the mystery increases. You will form one conclusion only to have it wiped out a few pages later. By the end of the book I was pretty sure I had it figured out and almost did but the author still managed to surprise me with the way other elements fit in to the picture.
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