Transformative, gracious and enlightened.
The stuttering younger brother with his down to earth honesty and sensibility.
The fathers sermon after the death of his daughter.
The reader did a magnificent job distinguishing the different characters and lending honesty to the description of people in distress and confusion without ever over dramatizing any one person or event. Well done.
It was a pleasure to listen to.
A love story wrapped in old crime paper told by a whiny over-dramatizing voice.
cut out the many "love-sick" cliche's and added some new and interesting twists and turns.
The story is predictable and far to long.
A big disappointment and waste of a credit.
Harlan Coben can do so much better.
Can't compare as I haven't literally read the book. Though if I had to read all the books I listen to I wouldn't get anything else done.
The fire on the ice.
So many of the scenes are great ......I have read a many books since and haven't got a clear picture of one specific at this time.
No, I actually enjoy getting back to my book and the characters several times. Like meeting old friends again.
The freezing daytime darkness is a memorable visual for the human prejudice and sexual frustrations that underlies this particular plot.
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