No. I rarely listen to books again.
That joy and GZ were found at the beginning of the book. Suddenly it wasn't a book about finding them. . . So I was intrigued.
No. It was difficult to really get into the story. I'm glad I finished it after it was done.
Least--the story is shallow and boring.
Probably a non-harlaquin romance novel. I need something with depth.
Not Elenna Stauffer-- the voice for the main guy character is annoying.
Maybe. It is what it is. It's silly . . . . but I suppose it gets the job done.
Have a man read the voice of the male character.
Yes! To see if I can pick up more clues.
The ending.I had NO IDEA.
This was a fantastic book.
No-- I really enjoy Jennifer McMahon but this wasn't the best book.
The fairies-- least interesting
I don't think so. It was a great performance
It was a bad version of "The Hunger Games"
I just couldn't get into it.
I didn't listen long enough
Yes-- I'm afraid I missed something.
bioethics-- it really opened my eyes to questions without answers
The physician who told his patient with atibodies against hepatitis that his blood is valuable.
It was fascinating. I work at a research hospital so most of what the story was about was close to home.
Yes. This wasn't her best.
I just didn't like the story at all.
No. I've read similar but with better narrators.
I didn't finish because the narration was awful.
Nothing. I loved Patricia Cornwall 10+ years ago and decided to give her another shot. The characters were the same but the story was mundane. Too many details about the coffee machine in the bathroom. The story didn't grab me. I stopped listening about ten minutes in.
I'm done with Patricia Cornwall.
All of them. Lucy especially.
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