Getting a behind-the-scenes look at how military dogs are trained and used.
Hearing Sampson's story.
The narrator did a fine job, but it was sometimes hard to discern who was talking when the author had written a dialogue.
a better story
less whiny Jane, less flimsy romance
Something was missing from this story. And it had too much of some things: too much "I'm hot," too much clothing description, too much whining, and far too much purple prose. Think I'm done with this series.
Already have. It's a mental getaway.
Don't want to give anything away, so I'll just say Deliliah.
unpredictable, well developed, fun
It's like listening to a movie. Bronson perfectly captures the tone, pitch and nuance of every character--from a little girl to a powerful brute.
It made me imagine!
What a discovery. I'm looking up more books by this author and this narrator.
Insightful, thought-provoking, inconsistent
N/a - non-fiction
Anyone with a stronger voice. It was exasperating to listen to such a soft, whispery voice. Yeah, the book's title is Quiet, but that shouldn't have been the way it was read.
The author provided excellent points about the fact that not all introverts are shy, but then sometimes contradicted herself with guidance about how to overcome shyness as a general strategy. But it was helpful more times than not.
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