Fremont, CA, United States | Member Since 2010
Alex Cross is becoming a favorite 'must read' for me.
The pace and interesting characters plus the unexpected twists.
Definitely, luckily we listened on a long road trip.
Boatman and Boyer did an exemplary job in creating believable characters. They really brought Patterson's characters to life.
My had read this in her book club and recommended it to me. It was well worth the 'read'. High up on my favorites list.
I didn't realize that each flower conveyed a message. Something I will have to consider in future bouquet gifts.
Vanessa Diffenbaugh introduces you to a young girl and gradually but surely adds layer upon layer to her character until the whole girl is shown with all her highs, lows, character strengths and weaknesses.
The way Vanessa moves between past and present is deliberately timed to give the listener a bit more insight into the young girl exactly as needed.
There was absolutely NOTHING about Tara Sands performance that was lacking. Her timing, energy and delivery were superb. She didn't just read the story, she infused it with life.
Tara Sands was the perfect choice for the narrator. She was able to make the reader believe that an eighteen + young lady was, indeed, telling her story.
The surprising twist that takes the Travis McGee series into a whole new chapter.
Trav, of course, as he begins to show his age.
Interesting, semi-ensemble production. Missed Gavin's raspy voice.
Eventually everyone grows up.
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