This was another in the same old same old style of Mott-Davidson. There were too many people that she was best friends with and it was very predictable. This book dragged on for what seemed like days.
I really believe that if they would use another voice the book would not have been so hard to listen too.
I have never had so much trouble staying awake during a Grisham book. This one was so slow moving and bounced around so much I spent half of my time trying to stay awake. The person reading it is also very mellow and monotoned that probably had a big part in it.
I had some problems listening to it through the boring parts but the strange turn around ending made it all worth it.
This book had me wondering until near the end. I got really mad ten minutes before the end when the battery ran out on my MP3 player. This book is well worth the money.
This is a typical Fern Michael's books. Everything wraps up perfectly at the end and everyone is happy. There were a few good points that made me listen closer. The big secret should have been more pronounced then just in the last 20 pages of the book.
Everytime I listen to this story I laugh so hard. I wish there was more to it.
This book was really good. I wasn't able to tell with in the first three chapters who the killer was and exactly who died. I only wish she would hurry up and pick which boyfriend she wants to marry. I also wish they would wait and do all of the receipes at the end of the story instead of right after the food was mentioned, But I still love them and I know that the way it is read is the way it is written.
Hurry up and write more books.
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