Absolutely would listen again. Simply for the truth of the way things were for native americans.
Chester Nez, because of his honesty
The landing on the beach.
Wonderful story telling for the reason of honest history by one who lived it.
Absolutely! Because his characters are so rich. For instance, the cabin by the lake? I could see it, I visualized the neighbors, the garage, the retired policeman's kitchen. I swear, I could smell the stale cigarettes.
Yes, just wanting the creep to be caught.
Well, first he allows me to do my ironing (dusting, dishes, etc.) whilst listening to the story. Second, I appreciate that he does the thinking for me. I mean, I don't have to go back and reread, wondering "what did the author mean by that?"...Mr. Ferrone is spot on with his performance, every time!
Always with Sandford.
Yes, I can't get enough of Virgil ("eff bomb")Flowers...so please don't put him in the book for l/4 of a chapter. I found this book when I searched for him and I get a few lines? Not cool. Lucas is a nice substitute, but I was looking forward to Virgil that day. In addition, regarding Lucas Davenport, I'm a bit tired of the pretentiousness i.e., the Lexus, the fancy clothes, fancy house. I'm just saying.........
Will Patton you rule! Mr. Burke please,
"keepem' comin' "! I noticed one person's review complained that Mr. Patton doesn't sound like the real Louisiana. Well, I've been there and frankly if Mr. Patton read the book to us in the "real Louisiana" most of us wouldn't understand it! Thanks to him for realizing this and making the adjustment. I'm a Vietnam Combat wife, it always galls me the way I take a backseat to my husband's combat/veteran's friends. James Lee Burke always finds a way to make me understand this flaw in my marriage, thanks Mon!
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