I love James Redfield's books... I've read most of them and thought this would be good company for me while I painted in my studio. The plot is a typical one for Redfield; I found the subject matter to be very interesting and I learned some new things. The narrator did a pretty good job with the various voices, especially the Tibetan ones, but the protagonist's voice was sometimes annoying. My only real complaint is that the overall quality of the recording was a bit garbled. I had to turn the volume way up to hear it, and even then it wasn't always clear.
If, like me, you've followed along with this series, this latest installment will knock your socks off! It not only has a great story; it has twists, turns, and a whole gamut of emotional ups and downs...and an incredibly beautiful ending. Ms. Penny could end the series on this one, but I hope she doesn't, because I'd miss my friends in Three Pines too much!
This Christie novel was a little bit slow. Miss Marple doesn't appear until well into the book. However I did enjoy it, and I suppose most Agatha Christie fans will... Good plot, good characters, and good narration. It's just not one of my favorites!
This was a really good listen. The plot kept me guessing and the characters were entertaining. I especially loved Martin Jarvis' narration. At times I laughed out loud! I wish he'd do more Christie but this seems to be the only one... so, check it out! You won't be disappointed!
I enjoyed this Agatha Christie book. The plot kept my interest, and the narration was excellent. It's always a nice surprise to find a Christie novel I haven't read yet!
This is a delightful tale of hopes and dreams and the magic moments in life. The story is not too long - I listened to it in two afternoons - and it held my interest. The narrator, Juliet Stevenson, was one of the best I've ever heard. Her range of voices for the different characters was nothing short of amazing!! I highly recommend it!
Thank you, Audible, for sharing with us these timeless stories for the Holidays. I enjoyed them immensely! Funny, heart-warming, and poignant... these three gems by O. Henry have kindled my interest to read more of his work.
This is a really marvelous Agatha Christie "who-dun-it" with a well developed cast of characters and a good twist at the end. What makes it even more enjoyable is the superb narration by John Moffatt, who plays each role with distinctive voices and a touch of humor...I actually laughed out loud several times while listening! This audio book did a good job of keeping me company while I work. :)
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