I enjoyed the book, great story, but would have gotten more out of it if there would have been a different reader. The reader was very slow and lost me several times.
Couldn't stop listening
It was just a great story - left me wondering.
Yes, enjoyed her just as well in
The vivid situations made me
Can't wait for a sequel!?!?!?
Around the top. I liked One For the Money more, but the humor along with mystery keeps my attention as I catch myself laughing out loud - especially when Grandma gets involved. I busted out when Grandpa commented on wanting to be cremated. Too funny!
Yes, it was fresh and new compared to my other listens. Can't wait to see the movie!!
This listen was the most disgusting piece of "I don't know what" that I have ever listened to. Filthy depictions of characters eating, wearing, and playing with explicite, human,body parts.... gross. I am so disappointed that "Audible" would even allow this in their reporatoire that it temps me to disconnect my subscription with Audible. The introduction of this book in no way warns the listener of the filth they are about to invade their mind with. If Mr, Armstrong used his. grotesque, twisted mind and exuburance for imagination and put it towards the positive, he would be brilliant. The narrator is the only one getting a star from me.
Having family members with autism, the author, along with perfect narration, has opened my heart and mind to a better understanding. Humor, mystery, facts and intrigue contribute to my second read. BRAVO JODI!
Loved it! The narration is what did it for me. Born in the 60's in the Northwest, I was not aware of what was taking place in the south. Now living in the south, I better understand history as it stands. "Bravo" to the author and narrators. My favorite read by far. HIGHLY recommend!
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