Because of the gossip it would be in the top 10
Benny, b/c of challenges with his friendship and finding himself.
Each one gave life to their character and the man in 3B
I would say a in the top 10
Each character truly had their own story.
She brought so much energy and life to each story.
Vanessa, to truly get a more in depth understanding of her and try to help her know she is not alone.
1 -5 I'd say a 4.
Something on the side. Like that audiobook each narrator gave their character true definition which really allowed me not just to hear the story but view it as well.
I listened to a couple of the narrator's work. They really brought out their creativity in this one.
Paris, b/c she would keep the night live watching her get her pic of the guys as well as tend to her business which would be amusing and interesting.
The battle between Jasmine and Rachel
When Jasmine and Rachel find out who is in the running
When Jasmine and fight for attention when they go shopping.
Mae Francis b/c no matter what or where we go she'll keep a smile on my face.
Get to know who personally gets close to you first.
How Jasmine had to face the fact she has a love for sex not making love.
She gave so much definition and life to each character.
When Jasmine came to realize how much her husband really loved her when he gave the yogurt as if it was a chef's special.
It really brought reality to life.
Jasmine had face the fact that no matter how much she questioned or didn't believe in God, he was always in control and she had to always give all things to him in faith.
She brought so much more emotion and illusion to the story.
Yes, I had such an emotion that kept me have such a concern feeling physically and mentally
Yes, The narrator gave me a story that had me as if I was actually at the scene.
When Dahlia played Russian rulet w/ the widow.
Energy, spontaneity, and how he always catches me of guard bringing a character to life more than I expect.
Yes, It had laughing, frowning, gasping for air, smiling, even shaking my head.
Murderville 3 will lead you into a book the authors will have coming out in Mar.
That even tough Carter didn't know daddy, he couldn't help but see that he is a younger version of his dad. From A to Z
That it kept me going. Like an addict I couldn't get enough.
It's hard to say but in general I'd say when the Murder Mamas dealt w/ one of their jobs making him feel not so much like a man.
An Apple Doesn't Fall Far from the Tree
Not really sure due to the story was some what predictable.
To friends who are into emotional excitment.
Hard to say she was so inticing with all of the characters
Although the book had its predictable moments it still was an indepth story.
Got it good.
I would say the villain, Gradsville. He was a shovenistic pig who had me laughing with his thoughts and actions. Reminds me of people I come across sometimes.
This is the first performance I've heard from Nicole Small. I've heard Cary Hite's before. This one really allowed a listener to hear how multi talented he is.
Gradsville, b/c he was never wrong, in his eyes, no matter what he did or how stupid he acted.
Nicole Small and Cary Hite really gave this story life. Without a doubt they were the ones who got me into reading and listening to Mary B Morrison's work. Already love Cary Hites's performances, I plan to check out more of Nicole Small's.
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