The plot was transparent. The narrator was monotone for most of the narration although she had some voices.
Cut out so much blah blah in the beginning. I got it, she is an addict. Make the brother less obviously a jerk.
Monotone most of the time. One emotional. Mispronounced Betty Friedan's name and this is a women's lib kind of book.
The non essential family men mostly
This book really captured the social setting for women at work in Atlanta in the 70s. That was the most interesting of all.
This nonfiction book listens like a novel with the story that touches your heart and is meaningful today.
Shorten it by several hours
I tried it, finished it, and it and others like it are not for me. I love Follett's series, long but always interesting and compelling.
Not by Graham Greene but definitely from Colin Firth. Firth has a wonderful reading voice but the material was so slow that it was a sure cure for insomnia.
The PI's son.
Everything after the air raid.
Mystery of arty folks
I loved the Mr. Ripley stories. These characters are beautifully drawn and I did not want the story to end, just like in the Ripley series. There is less dark psychology than Ripley but lots to muse on. The gay repartee is to die for.
Just made me satisfied. The end was a surprise but it all hung together.
I want to listen the rest of the series.
Certainly not the narration. Lisette is what makes me come back over and over.
I have listened to them all. The surprises in the character development are in the first books, I miss them. But I love the characters and particularly their conversations.
The entire color of the characters! Reading the Uncle Remus stories compared to my grandmother from Mississippi reading them to me is the same difference.
Yes. The mysteries are the least important but always hold my attention.
Listen to these books in order from the beginning to get the most out of the series.
Yes this is an very interesting story and the male and female voices added texture.
This is a very hard question, it changed by chapter. The guy, I guess, weakly.
Both were excellent
The couple you love to hate
I thought the ending was dissatisfying. Maybe just me.
A tricky story with four characters you want to know more about. Clever plot and surprise ending. Baldacci, Turow, Grisham in that order in my opinion.
When main guy meets adolescent. Both act like adolescents, perfect!
Cassidy has a great accent used in this. Easy to differentiate the characters just from the voice. Well done.
Chuckle at some of the dialogue.
Great fun read. I listen while I drive, cook, and work out.
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