One of the attributes of a good narrator is the ability to make believable different characters in a book by using different,unique voices. Mr. Wilson falls short on this ability. His voicing makes all individuals sound alike.
Great fem/cop story
Kate, naturally. Most of us have been there, new to a school, or a job, or a neighborhood,
Kate showed great courage.
The trash talk was done so well, and added so much.
Almost did! Yes.
A bit too gruesome end, typically of King's novels, but a great story.
Yes; the side effects always lurking in the back of the story became slowly the main cause of my "Readers Stress".
No, but he did such a superb job changing from one character to another, that I will look for his name in future books.
No doubt, the Reverend. His dramatic change after the death of his family made for a fascinating character.
Not ever being published
If I want to be this depressed in the future, I'll gamble away my savings.
All three self-centered characters muddle about endlessly; so boring I almost dropped off to sleep while on my daily walk.
Not that I could see.
After reading countless diet books, this was a refreshing review of what food really is, and what it is not. I have cancer, and Scott's reminder that overeating not only increases division of normal cells, but also of cancer cells, really stopped me. I have lost 12 pounds already following the simple rules of this book.
None that I can think of
For a concise review of the Civil War, and several intriguing points of the war I had not considered, this book was great. I felt the narrator was superb!
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