many new turns
at the end when nero condems the killer for how he treated the dog.
the way they set up the head crok
very much yes
I am very fond of rex stout, this is the best yet
Surprise ending twist
As always his crisp separation of characters
the final statement of the murderess was an eye opener
AC may have written in the 1930-40's but they have just as much punch today. She was Quite a writer
did not read cant say.
It dealt with identifiable social problems that are as valid today as they were in 1938.
The young doctor she seemed to be the pivotal corrector.
Yes. On my listening scale of 1-12 with one the lowest . I would have to give it a good 7. Means I'll be lessening to it at lease 7 more times.
Hugh Fraser's characterizations are sharp and consistent. His voice is very comfortable to listen to.
yes. it stretches the tunnel vision.
when he cut off his penis
his clear speech for an author he's a good reader.
the beauty of words
the first time I read this I went on the web to find out about OED. it was fun
yes! all of Herriot's books are. I have read and lisend to most of his books. they are worth reading over and over because there is all ways more to learn and feel.
only to his other books!. He stands alone.
He brings Herriot to live in the ear. He also gave wormth and sensativety in the BBC series
the way gave words to the dying of the old lady.
his grate impathy
how he puts in to words what he see.
the black kitten in the reads
it's better in little bites. so to saver each story in the book
James Herriot has given the world a frozen picture of a time and place buty and serenity. Christopher Timothy been the voice of Herriot in the BBC series and the audio books. he has truly given live the this part.. I have been a fan from the time my children and I watched the shows when thy were little. this is truly a winning combo.
he is one of the most talented of the readers I have heard lately.
I am on book 17 all have been a treat. fresh and mind teasing. gives the mind a rest from blood and guts. I am so glad you got this seres.
for refreshing suspence. one of the best .
how the action was contenues with out being overpowering. It kept me up most of the night reading it threw.
when he finaly got to turn off the KEY. He had to go therw so much to get there. with descriptive violance.
his slowly dyeing threw out. then the joy of the recovery.
truley thoughtful suspence. with out overt vilance. shocking but not over don.
did not read. the audio was exalent performance and story. all in one sitting
when the boy began to sing.joy when he died. very sad
when the boy sang his song for the hole grupe (both sides) and they gave him such an ovation.
yes! very much
the joy of music demenstrated by the reactions of both grupes to a grate voice.
yes. anyone who likes ASIMOV will like this. serebeal with quiet humer
knows when to infosize
old is new
Asilmov is fun juest fun
Heinlein, Yes! Nick Podehl, NO!
the aftermath of the line up of the planets
No. not until he has more training
No. Heinlein is gon.
Scott Brick performed this book outstandinly. He is one of the best. I have to be more careful about verifying readers from one foremat to another.
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