Descriptive, Mystery, Legend
It was a bit predictable, but there was a twist.
She was able to switch from both Irish and American accents and also from female to male quite effectively.
I didn't have an extreme reaction. I liked the inclusion of the silkie legend in the story, which made me want to read more about the history.
This book was pretty good, although I thought it was a bit long, and the character development was a bit superficial. Its strengh was in the description of the Irish setting and the connection between the silkie legend and the contemporary story.
I don't know, but my guess is that it would be, because of the reader's ability to convey realistic emotion.
When Annie was first abducted and woke up on the cabin.
When Annie killed her abductor.
No; I like breaking it up.
This was a very entertaining book from start to finish. If you like suspense, it's a really good choice.
This book was entertaining enough, but the story was so convoluted that it was hard to tell what was real and what wasn't.
I can't say that it is that good that I would recommend it.
I haven't listened to any other of Ann Marie Lee's other performances, but I thought she did a good job with this one.
I would, so that maybe I could get more clarity about the story.
I found the writing to be ok, but the story was confusing, and while a far-fetched story can be really good, this one was so wierd that I was losing interest.
I wouldn't listen again, because I found the dialogue between the family members really off-putting.
I would have shortened the dialogue -- it was so tedious, long and negative, that it made me dislike the main character sometimes. I think a lot of it could have been cut out. Also, it was obvious to me from the beginning who the murderer was.
I didn't have one favorite scene, but I liked the way the narrator described the surroundings of the town.
No -- way too long for that.
I think Tana French is a very good writer. It's just that in all three books, Irish people are depicted as very rough and basically screwed up.
The best thing about Judy Grafton's audiobooks is the reader. She can say just about anything and it's funny. I really enjoy the way she tells the story. I've listened to most of them.
The ending was ok.
My favorite scene was when Kinsey was posing as a public employee in a uniform on the street while doing surveillance.
There were a a lot of funny lines.
The story was ok. What makes it fun is the Kinsey character and the reader.
The story was engaging, and the characters were interesting and unpredictable.
This book was different; I don't think I've read anything similar.
Where Weakness meets Devious OR Battle of the Nit Wit vs. the Witch.
This book was well written and really kept me interested -- couldn't wait to get back to it. However, the ending was totally disappointing to me. I wanted the main character to get revenge, and instead he succumbed to weakness. I think the author could have come up with a much more satisfying ending.
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