Having more than one narrator, both of whom were great. Also liked having a sprinkling of sound effects.
The general. She was smart, assertive, thoughtful.
I don't know if I've listened to these narrators in the past.
I don't know.
No. I'm never sure that listening to thrillers and mysteries is "time well-spent", but this book was not enjoyable. I listen to books to help pass the time on long drives. With this book, I found my attention drifting. It also seemed like Cornwell could have told the story with fewer words. The narrator did not make it easy to distinguish the characters. Lucy sounded a lot like Marino at times.
Yes. I keep hoping for books that were as good as her first few.
I don't know.
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I thoroughly enjoyed the book and the narrator. It seemed to take a long time to get to the critical event in the book, but the author used that time to paint an in-depth portrait of each character and to make me love Mary Beth's family. Be prepared for enormous sorrow and many triumphs. I particularly enjoyed Hope Davis's narration. It was masterful.
The information was fascinating. I'll be checking some of the research just to confirm the author's conclusions. There was a mind-numbing amount of repetition.
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