This book is my second favorate.
Without giving away the story that would be hard to say. Too many to mention.
This one is better than the first one I listened to.
Yup...when Gabriel disappeared to save Julias academic career.
Worth using my credit for this audiobook. :)
Engrossing, heartbreaking, realistic
I have not read anything like this before. It was a very original story.
Listening to the narrator helped me understand some of the expressions I was unfamiliar with. The book was written using a lot of phrases used more in England then the US. This narrator was excellent and brought the story to life for me. If I read the book instead of listened I think I would have been lost. Anna is a fantastic narrator.
When Vic told Amber he knew her secret all along and he mocked her.
The story was heart breaking and the ending was an unhappy one but it was a good book. I was routing for Amber all the way through. The world can be such an unfair place. This book really makes you think about how we judge others unfairly in the media.
I have not read the print version of Chasing Fire but the audio version was outstanding! I loved all the twists and turns the story took and the narrator was very good.
Gulliver was my favorite character because he was such a calm and steady man in the book. Very trust worthy and reliable and honest. He made me laugh and his character made this book a great listen.
My favorite scenes were the scenes with Rowan and her father. They were so well written I could get lost in the story. Hours passed like minutes and since I listen while working at my second job (cleaning offices) I loved the distraction!
Rowan's father. Because I never had a dad like that and I would want to pick his brain a bit and seek advise from him if he were real!
This book had everything. Romance, mystery, and action. I couldn't ask for more!
This book had everything. It was funny, romantic and it kept my attention all the way through. The characters were original and this book reminded me of nothing I have ever read or listened to before.
The best part of the story was the originality. Lately it seems like everyone is just writing a "50 Shades of Grey" wanna-be. But not this story. Original and funny!
I liked Heather Smith's performance because she made it easy to follow which character was speaking and the emotion in her voice just sucked me right in to the story.
When Simon came home early and surprised Caroline after the trip because he was worried about her.
This book kept me wondering what would happen next. I enjoyed it very much even though Kiera drove me nuts. I think that was part of the reason I kept wanting to hear more.
I loved the way the author make me feel both Kellan and Denny's side of the story and still not hate Kiera (a least not too much)
With some audiobooks I get lost trying to figure out which character is speaking. Not this one. The narrator was excellent and I easily got lost in the story without thinking. It was a lovely escape from reality.
I saw some bad reviews but decided to try this book anyway. I am so glad I did. The reviewers were annoyed with the main character not the book itself. If you can get mad at a character that is the sign of a great story to me. Read this. You won't be sorry.
Yes I would listen to The Witness again. It was entertaining and very well read by the narrator.
The plot kept me on the edge of my seat because Nora Roberts does a great job of making you feel for the characters in this book. I couldn't wait to see what would happen next!
Julia did a great job of pronouncing all those foreign names. Reading this myself would not have gone so smoothly for me. I would have gotten hung up on those names but the story just flowed along the way the narrator read.
This would be a great movie!
Mysterious Romantic Fun
Nate of course. The author made him so likeable and I wanted to see what happened to him.
The film has all ready been done I hear
There was nothing in this book that made me like the characters. It just jumped into the desriptions of the characters sexual acts. There were too many ideas stolen from 50 Shades of Grey and they were not done nearly as well.
The narrator didn't really detract from the book. I guess she did the best she could with the very limited story line.
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