Most of the book I did enjoy because it was realistic. But after listening to the whole thing, I wonder if a more condensed version might not have been better.
Probably, although if you are a real fan of dogs, "A Dog's Purpose" is a much better choice.
This was couple of books ago and I don't remember Meridith not displaying good talents.
No. I think the author said what she needed to say. It just could have been more concise. It is not a bad book and you definitely got to see Boo's traits. In my opinion, anyone that adopts a dog is a Saint to start of with. I have eight dogs and while five are pedigreed and I love them, they don't hold a candle to the three shelter dogs...these dogs seem to appreciate you more and love you unconditionally, but as Lisa shows you - you have to love them unconditionally too.
This is a great story. It just could have been a little more condensed.
The visual it projects to the reader/listener
There are too many personalities to pick out a single character.
Not used to a female narrator for Grisham. It was different but not bad. Sometimes a little monotone.
Unlike many Grisham books this leaves the reader unresolved. However like many of his books he uses these pages to make a statement that should not go unheeded. In this case, big business runs over the people who were born and continued to live in this beautiful area of the country.The government offers no help and assists big business to trouncing these people, taking their land, polluting the environment and making them desperately ill.
I have pretty much listened to all the Alex Delaware series to date and this one ranks in the Top 10.
In this book it has to be Delaware because he carries the story line.
It would not be a Delaware book without John Rubinstein.
No. But it would have been less disjointed. Breaking it up makes you lose pertinent facts.
I liked this book mainly because I am an Alex Delaware fanatic. The one thing that mystifies me is why Kellerman insists on giving you a complete run down of each person's wardrobe. It just seems a little insignificant and has no real bearing on the end result.
Yes! It is so intense that one listening will not detect everything. There are going to be some clues that are missed.
Julie. Because Baldacci took his time in developing that character.
Honestly, I wish they had chosen someone different for this book. Not that either are bad, but they sound like Maxwell and King and that can be confusing.
It was too long to occupy that much time but made you want to hear more.
This is one I figured out early on because Lambert was not connected at the beginning and really had no reason for being in the book, so obviously there had to be a reason for her existence. I just waited but my money was on her all along.
Stephen King is a master of surprise and he made the events in this book mesh perfectly.
Every King Book is well-thought out and has a different twist. For that reason it is hard to compare this to other King Books or other authors.
Will is so smooth and he plays the characters perfectly and brings them to life.
Unlike other Stephen King books, this one was somewhat more predictable but not obvious.
At the top of The Murder Club Series. It was concise, relevant and constantly moving.
It is hard to pick a favorite character here because each woman is different and interacts well with the others.
Can't really say I had a favorite. The performance was spot-on.
I would if I could but that was not possible.
I am so sick of Alex Cross that this series is a pleasant relief.
I don't have enough time to read that much but I am driving constantly and audio books are my constant companion.
Probably one of the best I have witnessed. I was first introduced to Will in the John Lee Burke Novels and I am amazed how well he has transitioned to other authors. FIVE STARS.
I usually find Stephen King Books to be very long but this one held my attention and kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time. While it had some of the usual "King Gore" and surprises, it had somewhat of a tender side too.
Maybe after a few months because always the first listening loses some of the details.
Not an edge -of-your-seat book but still interesting.
No. There is not enough time for that. But for consistency allow enough time daily to keep up with the story line.
This is one of the better recent Sandra Brown Mystery Novels.
The dramatic turn of the candidate. It was unexpected
I almost got lost in the story after it moved from the opening pages to the deployment. It got a little boring and probably could have been better demonstrated there. The last part was very interesting and funny but some of the incidents made it less than believable.
I think George did an adequate job- nothing award-winning. He didn't "live" the characters like others I have heard.
Absolutely not. If I hadn't broken it up I might not have gotten through it.
I am going to listen to other Dorsey books, because I have been told that others are more enjoyable than this one.
It was entertaining and reminded me of people I know- not my dad
This was my first one and I thought he did a good job
You couldn't have chosen anyone better. Excellent job.
This was not that kind of book. It is just a realistic and humorous look at a boy growing up.
I will look for other titles by Justin.
I am a fan of Patricia Cornwell but since she moved Kay from Virginia, her books have been more difficult to listen to because the stories ramble so much.
Get rid of that "Holier Than Thou Attitude" and quit giving us unimportant details . It is boring.
Kate is excellent and she has done a great job with any number of Scarpetta books. This review isn't about the reader of the book for us.
While they are all important, Cornwell seems to drag everyone of them out so much you want to scream and she makes Kay a real bitch in this book and that is not how she used to be portrayed in the earlier series.
FOCUS! This is a great, character that I have enjoyed for years but she is losing me now.
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