When my friend recommended this book to me I was a little hesitant. I have believed in reincarnation for the last 20 years of my life, but have never thought much about past life regressions. This books goes beyond the past life syndrome and takes the reader to the life between lives. I didn't want it to end and I ended up getting his next book Destiny of Souls. You won't be disappointed. It is absolutely fascinating.
I couldn't finish the book. I got more than halfway through and quit. I just simply could not listen to any more because of the narrator. That phony brogue was so distracting.
I loved her first book in this series and I just downloaded the next book.
Steven Crossley did a great job of narrating In the Woods.
The build up was tremendous. Hour after hour of a twisted plot. And then after all of that there was no ending.Seriously? Did the author just simply get tired of writing? That's what it felt like.
I definitely would not recommend this book.
I just had write a review on this one. The story is enjoyable if a little predictable but the narration is absolutely horrible. The narrator makes EVERYONE in the story sound like an old man. That includes all characters including the teenage daughter, all the women in the story and men, young and old. I will definitely never purchase another book narrated by Len Cariou.
It was a little predictable.
The narrator makes EVERYONE in the story sound like an old man. That includes all characters including the teenage daughter, all the women in the story and men, young and old. I will definitely never purchase another book narrated by Len Cariou. I wish we had the option to put zero stars.
One of the most beautiful love stories I have read and it gave me a different perspective of the world after the war. I didn't want it to end. I highly recommend it.
I kept trying to slog my way through it because the story line sounds so interesting but I finally gave up. The narrator doing the child's voice does a horrible job. It's unbearable. I forced myself for almost 2 hours thinking it would get better. It didn't. Money wasted. Don't buy it.
I enjoyed listening to this book. The narration by Colin Bateman was delightful. Mastering the Irish brogue is not an easy accomplishment.
The storyline was a bit of a stretch but all in all it left me feeling good. I laughed out loud several times.
It's an enjoyable read and worth a listen.
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