Captivating, disturbing, unsettling
The defence lawyer - because he was the only rational character in the book!
I love a good mystery, so I enjoyed this audiobook because the author kept you wondering
The writing - going between the main characters was brilliantly done.
The sister. She was very believable.
It's one of the better ones for sure.
Even though there were slow parts, I definitely wanted to keep listening to find out what happens next.
The narration was good. The story was a bit too far-out for me.
A movie maybe. Sci-fi.
I don't think I can.
I like that it's true. And although it was about a murder, there were many other layers.
The narrator is also the author. His tone is kind of annoying.
I enjoyed the stories, but less so the author's dissection of them.
Meh. Meh. Meh.
I skipped over parts, so I guess not.
Interesting but a bit too lengthy.
Someday perhaps. For a giggle :)
It's basically a stand-up act, rather than an autobiography. But if you're cool with that, and you're a Tina Fey fan, you'll enjoy this book.
The story was diluted with all the god-talk. It got so annoying and repetitive that I couldn't finish.
Usually true crime books told from the perspective of the victim are fascinating, and this one was at first, but I am not religious and the writer clearly is, so I couldn't relate to his version of events.
The humour in this book was original.
The way he talks is pretty engaging.
No, it wouldn't lend itself to a movie. It's more a collection of stories than a narrative.
I didn't like the narrator's voices... I found her representation of the child particularly annoying.
I usually like Lisa Gardner's stories, but this one was not as good as some of her others. It did, however, have sufficient mystery and surprise to keep me listening until the end.
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