I enjoyed this mystery, it took me quite awhile to figure out the murderer, which I always consider a good sign. The writing was descriptive and amusing. I thoroughly enjoyed this and would read another book by the same author.
Remember When is actually two separate stories, one in current time about a diamond hiest and a second story in which Eve Dallas is involved. The second story is related to the first story. A former reviewer said to read this book prior to number 17 due to Summerset, the butler's, return. However, I STRONGLY advise you to read this book after number 17 because of the Peabody story arc. If you read this one prior to number 17 it spoils the surprise. I enjoyed the Eve Dallas part better than the first part. Another great story by JD Robb!
The plot wasn't bad, but I thought it was slow. The narrator was terrible, especially doing women's voices - they all sounded vapid! I couldn't finish the book (which is usual for me because I like to get my money's worth!)
Although "A Thousand Splendid Suns" was difficult to read at times - like his previous book, "The Kite Runner", this is a wonderful book of loyalty and love between dissimilar characters. I discovered much about Afghanistan's traditions and people through the story of how the turmoil impacted these characters. I would definitely recommend this book!
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