I really do hate to say anything negative regarding someone else's work, however the female leads manic episodes about love and her ability to make love became quite tedious and put the story on the corner of la la land and straight jacket blvd.
Not really looking good for that but I can't say no. I just hope her characters are normal everyday ones.
I gave the performance a three out of five. Nothing negative or positive about it. I just hope they did not have to go to a therapist when they were done.
No not really maybe if the female lead took a dive off the cliff
I have listened to some books I didn't enjoy as much as others but I have never left a comment saying so. However with this one it was so hard to get through I just felt so bad the female lead really needed a therapist with the ranting and raving. It wasn't a bad plot it just had too much negativity coming from the female lead. I really got to the point where I felt like diving off of a cliff myself with this one. I wasted my money and my time. I NEVER feel like that.
The story line was interesting despite that the main character at times seemed unintelligent regarding events around her. It is most irritating to yell at an audiobook
She has a pleasant voice
Other listeners liked it maybe it just isn't my cup of tea
yes I find it very useful when the need arises to perform other tasks
when Sara found out she would be okay and could be with Alex.
Yes Ms Gilbert is superb. She brings the right amount of dramatization to the characters. I also love the way she does accents I never have to guess what the accents is suppose to be as Ms. Gilbert's accents are very clear
no not an extreme reaction.
Right mix of action, suspense and romance
yes because I can listen while I do other things. Reading requires me to stop what I am doing and concentrate on the story. I am an avid reader so this frees up a lot of my time to complete other tasks. Also it is nice to have the option to listen in bed and lull off to sleep.
Maybe others in the series, I have not read other books quite like Lothaire aside from the others in the series and I read vampire novels all the time.
The accents, more dramatization, clear expressiveness.
Most audiobooks I listen to all the way, like I said I can do other things while listening. I find it much more entertaining that tv.
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