I am a fan of Phil Rickman. The story is my kind of dark mysterious tale
I'm sure this won't get posted. I'm still trying to finish the book .I finally had to buy the ebook for my Iphone so I could sort the story out. That worked well, until the syncing failed to work. I now have spent $20 and the ebook is wandering around out there (who knows where?) and I am pretty sure I will love this book if I can ever wade through it. BTW, I don't like your cook-book approach to reviewing.
My hearing isn't the best, and the whispers and other variations in volume made it maddeningly hard to follow. Disappointed. Have never had this problem before with many other books.
I feel the reader tried too hard to be different characters. I missed crucial parts of the story because I couldn't hear. The whispers are nearly impossible when one wears hearing aids, as I do. Also, the male voices were not very convincing. I think it was a good story, but not sure because of missing so much.
This is a story that needs telling. I was reluctant to take on a morbid subject, but once I began listening, could hardly stop. I felt like I was there with them.
Bronson Pinchot was excellent. I'll look for his name and choose accordingly.
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