I have never read the print version (time constraints).
It's not-your-average suspense. The supernatural elements make the story better.
She has a natural talent and command with her voice! It only got better as the story advanced.
Nice mythical twist on the classic detective story.
I have not read the print version, so I cannot compare.
I like Charlie. That woman has been through a lot, but she becomes more resilient.
The scenes with the little boy (forgot his name) especially when he played on the computer. All his scenes were important, and one in particular left me speechless. They weren't necessarily my favorites, but they solicited the most emotions within the story.
This book took me on a roller coaster ride. I cheered, laughed, and cried.
The narrator did an awesome job! I could feel the pain, tension, and drama in her voice. Ms. Potter is a master.
This is a book of historical fiction filled with lots of drama, intrigue, and bouts of lust. Although I know how the real story unfolds, it is alluring to read it from an imaginative perspective.
Since I have never read this type of historical fiction, I cannot compare it.
This is the first time I have listened to Susan Lyons, and I don't think it will be the last. She is an animated and expressive performer. Lyons did an excellent and believable job on all the voices.
Sex, Lies, and the Tudors
This is a great listen, a bit long, but it makes the story stronger.
Johanna Parker's vocal talent continues to blow me away! She has a real gift for narration and story telling.
I really liked Dr. Pete. He turned out to be a complex character, yet still very likable.
Of course Jace is my favorite and Gretchen is a close second. I love Jace's humor and introspection. It is a perfect balance to Gretchen's refinement.
Death Blows took my emotions on quite a roller coaster ride. I laughed, cried, got angry, and experienced a good chunk of nostalgia. That's how you know a book - especially an audible one - has done its job :)
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