Memphis, TN, United States | Member Since 2012
Captivating, Mysterious, Cliffhanger
At the end when Python suspects Mason to be his brother due to the birth mark on his neck that they both share.
Yes, I love all of their voices, it add's a voice to the face created in the listener's mind.
yes, I didn't want to stop listening
I can't wait to hear the follow up to this story.
loved the story and narrator both were on point, get this audio book you won't be disappointed
No, I think 1 time was enough. After listening to the way it ended had me questioning where to place the characters and how they matched in the end.
Yes, it definitely kept me on edge, I didn't know if Alice was dead or alive.
I liked hearing the different voices together and how they humanized the characters in my mind.
It made me sad but happy that Alice and Jenna found peace at the end and that the story was actually told.
Very great listen catered with historical facts
There were several moments but the end stood out
The narrator's were splendid and depicted the accent perfectly
I like longer books as they tend to last over several days so there's no way I could listen in one sitting due to the amount of hours it is
Don't miss out on this listen, it's very good.
Gory, funny, and unbelievable
My favorite scene was when Tyrone and Cindy debated over who would get the gun from the campsite, this scene proved how much Cindy and Tyrone like each other
Love that Lester called Georgia "Georgia girl" lol
I would absolutely recommend this, I was on pens and needles. I couldn't focus on my day to day.
There were several moments, one in particular was the negotiation over the zip disks.
Excellent listen. My attention definitely captivated with the narrator's voice. Excellent way to spend my credit :)
The story seem to be a good one but I couldn't listen to it for long because the narrator was terrible. The editing can be heard through the first part of the book with the narrator repeating the same words.
Re-edit this book with a clear, animated, and experienced narrator.
Yes, the 2nd and 3rd series made up for the first series.
The Ashley / Jaquavis novels are similar to this one although it is only half of the authors
I'd hesitate if I saw Honey's name she is not a good narrator.
I thought I knew the ending somewhere in the middle but I was so wrong. The outcome was so left field.
The reader's performance was pheonomenal, she kept me very interested.
I will definitely move on the more of the Marcia Clark series.
I love the book better than the movie because there were a few key elements that were not in the movie. What I like best about the movie was the "capture" of Paul and how Annie was able to hide him for as long as she did
My favorite character was Paul because he was tried to appease Annie as much as he could but once she turned "dark" he could not control her.
When Annie died, which took a couple of attempts.
At the end when he finally was able to resume his life
A good listen to compare to the movie
The story of this series was great but the Narrator sucked ! He was not the best I've heard.
I listened to the entire series and felt it was a good story, however the Narrator's voice did not fit this type of book. Overall a good story
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