It was miserable, depressing and too many characters in need
The filthy language. I am not a prude, but this book is full of it.
He wasn't the problem
All of them they were so depressing
Sorry I even started to read it and certainly didn't finish it.
It took a while for me to get into it but then the story line carried me through the whole book.
Discovering the culprit
Can't say, would go out with all of them.
I enjoy just listening while I knit so anything audio is better for me.
Yes. Kept guessing the next bit, but I was mostly wrong
The Mum for sure
Between two worlds.
Highly recommend this book.
As good as all the rest
I like all her books
All of them
Not really they were all good
The expectedness of the story line
the intergration of wolf and human life
The variation of voices for each character made it an even better listen.
If I could I would
Yes, to capture all that I may have missed the first time
Sarah - for her bravery
Sarah - to find out more of what it was like for her
The story was captivating and I didn't want to stop listening
Can't say as it will spoil the story
Yes, very well done
If I could have I would have
Yes. It was alright for a casual read
Bit of anticlimax
This was advertised in other places as being one of the best books ever written, and I had been warned not to read it alone and at night, but none of it was a terrifying as advertised.
Didn't listen long enough to have an opinion
Didn't listen long enough to give a proper ipinion
Most enjoyable listening
All the other Nora Roberts books I have read so far.
At first I found his reading a little too fast, but after a while I got used to it and his accent was perfect for the story.
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