I loved to hear the behind the scenes thought process on how they profiled the suspects.
Learning how the Crime Unit was formed and some of the cases that were discussed.
No energy. Dull.
I was sorry to hear that his relationship didn't work out, but that he was still close friends with his ex-wife. That seems to be the case for most people in Law Enforcement.
I plan on listening to all of his other books regardless of the way it was performed because I know that he was one of the leading profilers in his field.
Sexy, mysterious and fun.
I liked Sookie fighting for her man, whatever it took. And the scenes with her and Alcide.
She always does a great job.
Alcide, of course. I loved every time he stepped into the story.
I really liked the storyline with the witches and Eric and Sookies relationship. It is one of the best books so far.
In this book, I like to hear about the "nice" Erik. It is a nice change.
Sookie, hands down, but she has a great range for her characters. She always does a great job.
It made me laugh in some parts, but not cry. The only thing I didn't care for was the Ware-panther storyline. I could have lived without that. Not my favorite in the book or the tv show.
Anticipation, involved and alluring.
I loved meeting the characters Godric and Luna.
Everything. I can't get enough of her performances. They are so much better than the other performers out there.
Courageous, Intense and Heartwarming.
Jessica, of course. She always looked out for Paul who was kidnapped along with her. She kept her cool even though she was angry because she knew that their were two lives at stake not just one. She was ingenious in finding ways to care for herself even though they didn't give her the supplies she needed to help her survive.
In the beginning of the book, at the time of Jessica's kidnapping... I was worried about the female narrator not showing enough emotion. I kept listening and found that she did in the rest of the book. She did a great job. The other narrators were wonderful too and it was nice to change voices when changing perspectives and characters.
I love the title of the book and wouldn't change it for a possible film. It's perfect!
I didn't know anything about this book or the kidnapping that had occurred until a friend said that she saw the author (Jessica) on a talk show recently. My friend never listened to the audio book so she couldn't recommend it to me. I decided to take a chance on it and found that it was absolutely inspiring. I highly recommend it.
I would recommend the whole series. I listened to the first two books and then saw Catching Fire and just couldn't stop there. I thought the book Catching Fire was my favorite, but now I don't know.
I liked the storyline of District 13 and all of the new characters that were introduced. I liked the deeper relationships with the older characters. It left me wanting more of this made up world.
I like how she portrayed Catness with both soft and hard emotions. She also did a great job on portraying all of the other characters and making their voices very distint.
Yes, two spots, but I don't want to spoil it for everyone. Lets just say that it had to do with Finnick and Prim at two seperate times.
I really liked this series and could possible see myself listening to it again sometime.
It is at the very top of my list. I read the book all the way through, but had trouble with a lot of the spanish words. I hadn't read it in awhile so I decided to listen to the audio book. It was so much better the second time.
I love the scary scene when the two young lovers first enter the scary old house and find that it maybe hunted. I also liked when you first meet the faceless man in the trenchcoat.
I just really liked the time period and the location it took place in. Also, the charactors seemed to fly off the page... they were so great.
I wouldn't. I love the name.
I would think the printed version is better because they probably have photos or documents to gaze upon.
How the killer was caught. Wow, that was stupid of him. How did he elude the police for so long and then get caught in that way. In the end, his ego took him down.
Monotone, soft and slow. I think that he did the best he could with such a serious topic.
It made me very wary of my surroundings. It was very sad regarding what happened to the victims and I was so mad at the fact that he got away with it for so long. I had never even heard about this serial killer until earlier this year. I saw something about him on t.v. I am so glad that I listened to this book.
There are a lot of gruesome scenes described in this book. Please remember that before you start to listen. I had to take a few breaks to get through it.
Yes. It was entertaining.
They were all good, but I liked Sookie's the best.
I wanted to wait to finish the TV show series before I started the books because I learned that they are different. I guess that is to be expected with all books to t.v. shows. I thought I wouldn't like it, but it gives it a different twist to an already told story.
I really liked the narrator because he read with such passion about the subject matter. You forget that he is the narrator and not the actual author. I also loved all of the behind the scenes information that was never told to the jury or to the public. And why not?
It kept my interest, expecially on a long drive to Las Vegas. I didn't want to miss a word. Understanding everything that happened in this case from this book was eye opening.
Their was no one character, but I really enjoyed his performance.
What went wrong!
Sure. It is very informative. You may catch something you missed before.
The stories of the suspects trials and what became of them did.
Better than Mindhunters.
I really enjoyed this book more than Mindhunter because of the case work that he discusses.
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