Yes! It is such an interesting cast of people discussing and celebrating 50th anniv of To Kill A Mockingbird.
How it influenced the panel the first time they read it and a more recent re-read.
Steven Colbert was really very intelligent and emotional. He was not silly at all. It was a pleasant surprise.The other's are not so famous to me, but they ALL were wonderful.
Not a good film.
The live audience Q&A was poor audio quality and was a waste of time.
Not really. I got bored.
I did not feel the tension or surprise of this story.
Convincing, pleasant, tonal.
I thought this was going to be more "Marley & Me" or "Lassie". But after awhile I lost interest in the canine/human relationships.
The parallells of the life of the detective Mike Kennedy's personal Broken Harbor and the crimes committed there.
The interview of the best friend, and the detectives trying to piece together evidence of the crime.
The second interview with the wife in the hospital. So full of tension.
"Broken Harbor" Can detective Mike Kennedy solve a clase so close to home, that may undo him?
Such brilliant parallells of mental, emotional, social and personal brokenness. Tana French is a great story teller! On the edge of my seat!
Maybe, as long as it is NOT a serial killer book. No redeeming value to this book.
A little surprising.
NO. I was left disappointed. Best left alone.
Very confusing at first. I didn't know I needed to take notes to keep track of characters, when I don't usually have to. It may have been the names are hard to remember because they are Norwegian. This is NOT anything like "Girl With The Dragon Tattoo". I took 2/3 into the book to finally get hooked. I almost gave up after the scene in the forest. I vow to never read another serial killer book. No redeeming value.
The Fishing Industry of the Soviets was most interesting. The least interesting was some of the villans.
Good characters. Good voice.
It could. I was expecting a little more intrigue like Gorky Park.
The performance by Edward Herrmann is so perfect.
He is such an important person, and his story is so inspiring.
I have no interest in physics or higher math. This is story of a great scientist and humanitarian.
The letters and piecing his life together is fascinating!
Maybe. This was very good. Not so for another Nora Roberts book which I didn't like.
It could indeed. But it was ok where it ended.
Well for a three minute teaser, it was very good. However I did not run out and order it. I could have gotten into it, but found others I really wanted to listen to.
Yes! Such a good story! And I am looking forward to others by Tana French
Yes! The mystery, the family, the back story. ALL GREAT!
Our detective, Frank Mackey of course. But ALL the characters were so real. I felt so bad for the parents, the families stuck in the old neighborhood, not able to get out of a poor neighborhood. I loved Frank's answers to his little girl's questions about the family, and life in general.
Outstanding! It touched on many emotions and levels of family dynamics.
Great Job! A great listen!
Those who enjoy Nora Roberts should find this ok.
Sure. She was a fine reader.
It's just the characters were so fake.
The awareness of his own spiritual emptiness, and how Otto finally embraced learning from the Buddha. The slow change was sweet.
The discussion at the first lecture with Otto's questions. It really gave Otto the chance to think and challenge himself to Buddha with his questions. The bowling scene was excellent.
At first I didn't care for his voice, but later it was perfect. Thoughtful, very expressive, and I really felt he was Otto.
Traveling with a Yogi Master.
Thoughtful, and raised cultural and spiritual ideas and myths. Very insightful.
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