I will listen to the Negotiator again and again. It is like a good movie that you will gleen something new each time your hear it.
The moment Kate was in church and realized what faith is.
I do remember him on any other books, but he has a voice that melts me to my soul.
Again the church - moment of knowing for Kate.
The characters could all be someone we know. The situation could happen, but the intergrating of the characters, explaining their emotions, the background of each person. was amazing. I feel as if I could see them in person I would know them instantly.
This book is among my favorites right up there with the Camel Club
Michelle and Sean what a couple!!
These two narrators bring the book to life in my mind and it plays the "movie" in my head.
I laughed at some passages and was very surprised at others.
Probably, I love to listen to Tony read Stone Barrington novels.
Stone and Dino
Everything, even when I read a Stone Barrington novel I hear Tony's voice.
The end when dad did what he did.
Yes, I am sure I missed some things. Just like a good movie, sometimes you need to re-read a good book or in this case re-listen.
The ending!! No, the beginning, no wait, the whole darn book.
I have listen to many of Ron's. Orlagh was great too!
Both, laughed, cried, gasped, was amazed and surprised.
It does work.
His other books on money.
He is truthful and funny.
Made me think!
I love Dave, but sometimes I have to turn him off. He gets to me.
Maybe, it was an okay book.
None I can think of.
The narrators were great.
It is an interesting "read."
I am into audio so I am not reading many books any more.
The twists and turns, I was almost holding my breath as the events unfolded.
Always the Camel Club members.
Hold on to your hats boys!!
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