Being a fan of the TV Castle series, I purchased this book without realizing it was book 4. Thoroughly enjoyed the story line, the characters, and the narration. I will now start at book 1 and get caught up with the characters and wait for the next one.
I would listen to Agenda 21 again-there was so much to the story that just listening one time does not cover the whole picture.
My mother & I listened to this book at the same time, we were able to discuss the different points Ms. Parke brings up and to see if something like this could really happen in our nation.
I like listening to narrators that have different voices to the characters and January LaVoy does that for me. Each of her character voices were on target for the character. I think she was able to grab the emotion of the scene and the age of the character very well.
The ending moved me-it was an ending you wanting but you still didn't except it.
I have followed Michael and his family all the way and have enjoyed every moment. This book did not disappoint. The "WHAT?" ending will make for a very interesting next novel. There were some unexpected moments, as always with Michael, and the suspense kept me listening. Waiting for the next book so we can find out what is going on.
I have enjoyed all of the "Women's Murder Club" books and this one was just as good. The story did not seem to be as in depth as the others and ended too soon. Would have enjoyed the women getting together more and putting their heads together to solve the murders. I didn't like the situation with Lindsay, yelled at her a few times to stop being so stupid; which shows how real the characters seem. Waiting on number 12.
Intriguing story-line that kept you wanting to know what was going to happen next. Glad I was listening or I would have turned to the end to see what was going to happen. Craig Wasson brought each character to life - enjoyed listening to him. I will have to say that I was sorry to see it end, but it ended beautifully.
This is my first taste of Virgil Flowers - On my second one now. A "I've got to keep listening" book. Eric Conger gives us a great narration. A difficult story line made believable and interesting.
This was my first "lawyer" book - normally I read the detective novels. Other than getting bored with too much courtroom dialog (guess I am used to a lot more action in my books), I enjoyed the story and Mickey Haller. Peter Giles adds character to all the characters, which is very important in my selection of audio books.
The story is heartwarming and real. What a wonderful prayer group to belong to. Would love to see this type of love in the real world.
I enjoy Barbara Rosenblat so much, that when a friend recommended this book and I discovered it was narrated by Ms. Rosenblat - I purchased it. She gives each character their own personality and makes you feel like you are part of the Yada Yada Group.
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