Very near the top.
Lonesome Dove Series. Intriguing story, enjoyed the narrator.
Kept me interested through the entire book.
Yes, but it would need to be some time from now as I have many others to listen to,
New twists are showing up all through the book. Just when you might have an idea as to what is going to happen next, something else happens you didn't expect.
The "Cameleon" is the most intriguing character to me.
When the Cameleon is on the yacht and has all the bomb charges set & the Red Team gets on the yacht.
Great story worth listening to or reading. Great for long road trips and the time goes by much faster.
Yes - I would wait a while after I have read more Civil War facts and stats. I am sure that there are parts I would pick up the 2nd time.
Probably Lizzy's last encounter with the Libby Prison commandant. However, there are many parts of this book that keep you listening waiting to see what is going to happen next and if she is going to get caught.
She did a very good job of giving each character their own unique vocal features and transitioned between them well.
Lizzy, who is the focus of the entire book. She is a very intriguing and resourceful character.
As a Civil War re-enactor and having read a lot of CW literature, much of the historical portion blends in very well. I was able to relate very well as to what taking place at the time. The authors description of the emotions, events, tragedy and destruction that took place at this time in history of our great country is done very well.
The story line is very intriguing and keeps you wondering what is going to happen next. Lou Diamond Phillips does an outstanding job with all the character voices and making them special.
John Clark - one tough dude.
LDP adds a dimension to the characters that I would not have factored in. His ability to bring the different voice and mannerism to each character really adds to the reading enjoyment.
Made me want to get the next book as soon as I could to keep the story going.
Listening to creative stories and well presented dialogue makes long driving trips a lot more pleasurable.
the variety of characters, the location & time of the story. Currently reading the journals of Lewis & Clark and this fit right in with a lot of what they had gone through.
Whole family of Berrybenders traveling from England to the American west on a hunting trip.
Tazmin Berrybender & James Snow at the river on their first meeting.
there are spots that make you laugh (the Indian thoughts about the white man & each other) and there are places that make you sad.
Lord Berrybender is an egotistical and selfish person and his daughter Tazmin is very sharp tongued and opinionated. They offset each other through the entire book.
Alfred Molina does a very good job with all of the characters and draws you into the story.
Haven't read the printed version.
Intriguing, suspenseful, unexpected twists, difficult to stop listening when reading time was up.
Enjoyed the entire book.
Film has been made and I not good on tag lines.
Not real fond of vulgar content, a lot of detail to set the stage which some might find distracting. Narrator did a very good presenting the characters.
Plan on reading the other stories in the series.
Yes, the dramatization makes the story come alive.
This was the first one read this way. Will be doing the Lord of the Rings next.
No extreme reaction. It's nice to read a book without all of the profanity and other harsh language.
Some of the characters were hard to understand at times making it difficult to follow the story line.
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