In the top ten.
Probably one of Dean R.Koontz's.
It went well with the story,keeping it moving.
The robot woman who was with the older man.
The fight scene at the caves.
The fight for humanity.
It kind of reminded me of Alien a little.
Yes.This book had me in suspense from the start, given that the main character seemingly ran to Tokyo like most ppl walk out to get some air, not an ounce of caution.
How the main character despite how uncomfortable the surroundings were, took the hostess job.There were red flags all over doing that.
When they got Obara into the court room.
Culture driven sickness
It's amazing how some ppl reason away the overall strange behavior of this country's people.Different doesn't always mean sick, yet where these ppl are concerned if one looks at how they are when in contact with them in general, warning bells would go off whereas to be politically correct it is always said of different cultures, "That's just their way."This is one place I would never visit.
In the middle.
No,because the narrator's voice sounds fake & the story seems to be missing something I can't quite put my finger on.There was a lot more controversy surrounding his music than what was mentioned in this audio book.
Puffed-up,weird,unrealistic sounding voice.
When Bob's mother visited his father's house after he had left them.
Yes.The narrator was excellent & I enjoyed the story on all levels.
The raw,in-your-face the way the narrator read.You could feel every situation through out the book.
Not as a person,but as a character that would be the mother of Precious,because her damage as a human being really comes out every time her parts are read & it helps one understand how Precious ended up the way she did despite how hard she tried to improve herself.
Who your child becomes starts with the mother.
Yes,because this book had me unexpectedly laughing at the main character.Her behavior made her come off as almost cartoon-like & the narrator's deep,dead-pan voice made her silly ways sound even funnier.
The dental office secretary,because she saw thru the main character's b.s. & didn't like her from the minute she met her.I actually felt for her when she wished she could have slapped the woman back into reality.
when the daughter of one of the boyfriends was surprised while away at college when this woman insinuated herself between father & daughter just to get control of his money for herself.That had to be humiliating,having to drop out of college because of how this horrible woman ruined her reputation at school.
I enjoyed the book.
The narration is all over the place,hard to follow the storyline as in its description.
Didn't make it there yet.
Quite a lot.
The return of Gretchen.
Yes, bec the two lead females are strong-willed, yet surrounded by old-fashioned, militant older males who they challenge.
Whenever Gretchen or Alafair tells somebody off and they react.
Stubborn, old-world mentality meets with modern-age morality.
Captivating,detailed and scary.
Yes.Wondering why they kept the child in such a way had me listening to this book on my iPod everywhere I went to find out.
When the cage was being described.
I also liked the scene when the social worker was talking to the feral child for the first time.
Yes.The way that the killer was so slowly,methodical whenever he killed someone almost made me feel as though someone was sneaking up behind me,lol.
The intonation of his voice did not sound like he was only reading a book.
I did snicker a few times.
I will be reading the second book of this series next.
Yes,if it was about someone who I wanted to read about.This one was done well.
Yes.Her life was more interesting than I thought it would be,given the era she grew up in.
I would say her biological daughter.
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